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Horncastle Methodist Church


10.30am - Morning Worship

Coffee is served after the service.

6pm . . . . When there is an evening service at Queen Street

Please see the PLAN for details and weekly notices have later changes.

On the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month, from 10.15am, there is hymn singing, to familiarise ourselves with less well known hymns.


Tanglewood Care Home has services for the residents. You are welcome to come along and join in the worship, singing and fellowship with the residents.

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ECUMENICAL PRAYER BREAKFAST is usually on the 4th Saturday of each month, from 9 - 10am at The Stables cafeteria.

Just come along.

Childrens Church

Some of the childrens work
Some of the childrens work
Newspaper Childrens Church
Children - you are all welcome to come along and enjoy Junior Church, in a different kind of Sunday School format.

The children enjoy it and learn at the same time.

Sundays - 10.30am

They love to go into the service afterwards and show the congregation what they have made and learned. It is very well received by everyone.

Current plan



The latest edition of E- LINC is now available to download either direct.....

Please find below the link to download or open Novembers E-Linc

......or by going to the District Web site and then clicking the E-Linc connection in the side bar.

Rev Bruce Thompson


MAF - Circuit Project 2016/17


Pastoral care

Please feel free to contact any Minister or steward in confidence to ask for a Pastoral visit.

In the words of John Wesley . . . .


Contact details for the site

WEB SITE contact:-
Marion Manson on

Rachel Zacharova on

For bookings - 01507 524074 (leave a message with your name and contact number please)


Circuit Mission Statement

Please see the HOME page and CIRCUIT INFORMATION to read the statement.

History of Methodism in Horncastle.


The first Wesleyan Methodist chapel was built in 1786 in the district known as The Wong or Cagthorpe. It was replaced by a new chapel on the same site in 1806.

In 1837 a new chapel was built on Queen Street, which was in turn replaced by a new chapel on the same site in 1870. This chapel was found to be unsafe and closed in 1962.

It was replaced on the same site by the present chapel which opened in 1965. (During the re-building of the Queen Street premises, 1962-1965, the congregation worshipped at Holy Trinity Anglican Church).

Queen Street Congregation

Sunday morning at Queen Street
Sunday morning at Queen Street

Queen Street Chapel Welcomes You....

Sunday morning - welcome
Sunday morning - welcome

Bible study.

Thursdays, 10am - 12 noon is Bible study in the Wesley room.

You are welcome to just come along.

Please click on this link to access The Bible On-line.


Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Youth Hall at Queen Street. 10 - 11.30am. 1 per family. A fun and entertaining morning for all concerned.

Coffee - Cake - Chat

Tuesday crafters
Tuesday crafters
Crafting fun
Crafting fun
Enjoy a hot drink and some home-made cake.

Sometimes there will be various craft, exercise or other activities on offer. If you don't wish to join in any of the activities, there's no obligation!

(There are quiet areas if you just enjoy a quiet time with your elevenses).

Tuesdays from 10 to 11.30am

Coffee or tea & Cake - All for a donation of 1

Held in the Chapel Hall here at Queen Street.

Any surplus funds are donated to different charities, usually local.
Playing Trionimoes!
Playing Trionimoes!

The chapel address and post code.

The Methodist Church
Queen Street

Note the signpost from the A158, on the left as you head east, just after the traffic lights. Turn right and you will see the chapel and car park.

Certificated Fairtrade Church

Queen Street Methodist Chapel is a Fairtrade church.

Raithby Chapel - events.


Letter to the Younger Generation......


Scamblesby Ramblers' Haven

Wolds Methodist Centre Ramblers' Haven

Daily Prayer link. . . .

Bible Society




Community Events - photographs




Lord's Day Observance

Circuit Information Link


Photographs of recent circuit events



The current bulletin is available now in the Queen Street vestibule. Please make contact if you can't find a copy.