Wainfleet Methodist Chapel and Community Centre
St Johns Street
Wainfleet All Saints
Skegness PE24 4EW
Sunday Service at 10.30am
Pastoral and Development Worker:
Mr Keith Locke
John: 01754 881793 (1st contact)
Betty: 01754 880395
Pam: 01754 229971
Jan: 01754 880032
Joy: 01754 881066
Jean: 01754 880800
Val: 01754 882387
Lettings: Mr. Peter Kay Tel: 07771 866377
The Methodist Church has been here in Wainfleet for over 200 years, the present chapel being opened in 1902, the fourth to stand on this site. The people who make up the congregation are committed to serving the community in love and friendship.
Monday: Phoenix Club (fortnightly) at 10.30am. Girl's Friendly Society at 6pm.
Tuesday: Youth Club at 5-7pm - juniors. (Contact Lincolnshire County Council Youth Futures).
Wednesday: Craft Fellowship at 2.30pm. Bible Fellowship at 5pm.
Thursday: Youth Club at 5-7pm - seniors. (Contact Lincolnshire County Council Youth Futures).
Saturday: Lunch from 11.30am - 1pm on the 1st and 2nd Saturdays during March, April, May, June, July, September, October, November, December.
Welcome to Wainfleet, the southernmost Methodist Church in the Circuit! Situated just off the Market Place on St John's Street, our large Chapel, which has recently been refurbished, can seat 150+ downstairs, with more room upstairs in the gallery, and our small Chapel can seat 35-40. There is ample parking at the rear, street parking at the front, and free parking in the Market Place a minutes walk away. Regular worship takes place in the small Chapel (previously the "Parlour") where we have a small but active congregation. Special Services and Festivals are held in the large Chapel. We use Hymns and Psalms, Mission Praise, and the NIV (Anglicised) Bible. There is an Organ and a piano in both chapels, along with access to a Digital Hymnal.
Our mission is to be more involved with the local community whilst still maintaining that the building is a working Church, complete with visible symbols of our faith on display. Various parts of the building are used during the week for fellowship meetings; such as Phoenix Group, Girls Friendly Society, Craft fellowship, Bible Fellowship, weekend coffee and chat/lunches, and summer concerts. There are also community-based activities, such as an Art Class, Flower Arranging Class, Youth Club, Country Market, and various other local community group meetings.
Below is a photograph taken at our 2016 Christmas Lunch - a marvellous event for fellowship within the community.