At the Thursday drop in we offer a fantastic evening for anyone facing Homelessness, circumstances of poverty, challenges with drug and alcohol misuse or any other difficult circumstances.
Whatever challenges people are facing, our team of volunteers provide a fabulous 2 course meal, a safe environment to chat, play games and even enjoy the friendly banter which accompanies a quiz.
No booking is required and the evening is completely free - simply turn up for 6:30pm.
So often the elderly can be a neglected and overlooked, Old age brings challenges of health, mobility and sometimes a lack of dignity as well as loneliness.
Our Lunch club aims to offer a place where friendships can be made, laughter enjoyed and of course where we serve a great two course meal can be enjoyed at a low cost and with no washing up!
You do not need to book - simply turn up on a Wednesday or a Friday in time for our dinner which is served at 12:30pm
Like so many places, Scarborough faces challenges with homelessness and poverty .One of the really important ways our church support our community is by providing a street patrol in partnership with the Rainbow centre.
Each week members of the church patrol and search the streets, beaches and parks for men and women sleeping rough or in distress.
We offer food and drink, sleeping bags and flasks to people on the streets and where possible guidance towards agencies who can offer professional support in dealing with the tough circumstances of life.
Pictured here is Mick Herbert who meets people each Friday as he sells the War Cry