East Lincolnshire Methodists

The Heart of the Community

GrainthorpeGrainthorpe Methodist Chapel
High Street
LN11 7JA

Sunday Service at 10.30am


Rev. David Newlove
Tel: 01507 603402 Mobile: 07989 198 487 e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact via e-mail

Lay Pastor: 

Roger Maidens    01507 358577


John: 01472 388473
Freda: 01472 388401

Monthly Coffee Morning: Monthly every 3rd Tuesday at 10 am - 12 noon

Fellowship Meetings: Mondays at 7.15pm (with a variety of speakers).

Our Chapel stands at the centre of the village on the coast road from Mablethorpe to Cleethorpes. It is one of the few remaining Chapels with a balcony (still used for events and funerals) and Schoolroom (which serves as a village Post Office once a week—we have a monthly coffee morning at the same time). Two people who moved to the village forty years ago remember their first Sunday morning service. Long serving Local Preacher Herbert Bartholomew, gave them "a 'earty welcome" and it is the same today. The congregation has been strengthened recently by members from North Somercotes and Fulstow who have sadly seen their Chapels close; but this has resulted in a strong sense of fellowship. Sunday morning worship at 10:30am has seen new faces in the pulpit after the recent joining of the two Circuits and this has been welcomed. We are fortunate to have two organists—we have Hymns & Psalms and Mission Praise—and a cuppa after the service helps the togetherness.

The Chapel has been renovated over the recent decades and comfortable chairs replaced pews. A modern pulpit still has central place. Fellowship Meetings on Monday at 7:15pm with a variety of speakers.

"To serve the present age, our calling to fulfil" (Charles Wesley).

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