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Coffee Shop

On Tuesday, between the hours of 10am and 1pm, the doors of the café are hinged back and anyone is welcome to come and grab a slice of cake or drink. Come on down to find a great deal for a bite to eat!​

Victory Programme

A wartime-themed project that teaches simple cooking skills on a low budget to help tackle poverty and isolation in Scarborough. Victory Programme is a six-week course, inspired by the community spirit and resourcefulness created during the Second World War, where participants cook tasty meals together, make new friends and gain confidence. It is aimed at vulnerable adults facing homelessness or struggling with life skills, older people facing loneliness, and families on free school meals who are referred by local schools. This takes place on Wednesdays @ 11am - 1pm. Enquire for more details.


Every Saturday, we provide a great space to meet with friends and enjoy a great cup of coffee and a slice of cake for the bargain price of £1.​The morning runs between 10.00am and 12:00pm - but you will need to get there early as cakes soon disappear quickly.

Ladies Fellowship

On the second and the fourth Monday of the month, you will find an amazing group of ladies who get together at the Women's fellowship. The evening usually consists of specialist speakers from a diverse range of interesting backgrounds who will present a subject. ​Everyone is welcome to try out the group which meets at 7:30pm.

Sewing Club

The sewing group is for anyone who enjoys craft and the enjoyment of creating beautiful things. We have sewing machines and a lovely space where we encourage each other and share skills.​Whether you would like to make a patchwork quilt, a new set of cushions or simply make beautiful craft items we would be delighted to welcome you to our club.​We meet every Monday at 2:00 pm - 4:00pm.

Street Ministry

Like so many places, Scarborough faces challenges with homelessness and poverty .One of the really important ways our church support our community gains a presence in the local community is through selling army papers in the town centre just round the corner from the citadel.​Pictured here is Mick Herbert who meets people each Friday as he sells the War Cry

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