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Growing Together

At Scartho Methodist Church, we provide many opportunites for men and women to meet for fellowship, encouragement and spritual growth.

Housegroups

Each week  we have seven different housegroups meeting on different days and at different times. Group meet either at church or in member's homes to study the Bible together, pray and to socialise. there are 7 housegroups where we can grow and share in a smaller group.


Click here for further information on days, times and contact numbers.

Bible discussion group

Friendship Group

Scartho Methodist Friendship group used to be Scartho Methodist Wives Group and we have moved from a Wednesday evening to a Wednesday afternoon.  We hope to meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 2.30 until 4.  There will be a speaker and tea and biscuits.  All are welcome

women discussion group
Pastor Giving a Sermon

Men's Fellowship

The men's fellowship meets at 7.30pm each month normally on the first Monday in the month.  During  the pandemic we have been unable to meet. Slowly things are changing. please see our "This weeks notices page" for uptodate  information on what's on.

Chat and Craft

Chat and craft are a small group who meet together to share thoughts, feelings, crafts and ways of helping each other.
We are very informal with some coming to natter, some ready and willing to listen, and others with knitting needles or other craft in their hands - always with the kettle on!
Everyone is welcome - just turn up and come and share with us on Thursdays at 2pm.

Arts & Crafts
Bowls Game

Indoor Bowling

On Monday and Friday afternoons during the winter months there is the opportunity to hone your bowling skills ready for the outdoor season at a local park.

Book Club


Book club is a very informal group that meets roughly every six weeks to discuss a book chosen at the previous meeting. We meet in people’s homes and have drinks and snacks while we chat. Books are chosen by the members of the group and we try to cover a range of genres; most of the books we read would fall into the ‘popular fiction’ category. We are not a particularly intellectual group and chat around the books read is very relaxed and led by the members. All are welcome to attend, the book for the next meeting is posted on our Facebook page and in the notices. 

Books