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Our purpose is to give people a gift of love
Registered Charity Number 1135613
Sunday Worship at 10:30am
NEW things are happening at Elton
Elton Chapel are a generous loving family, and great to work with. I have witnessed their generosity and love being shared increasingly. The ‘Knit and Natter’ group have become ‘Godmothers’ with their Moses basket project, which has included and blessed others in the giving and receiving. The Chess Club, ‘Coffee and Chat’ and Storytelling are all new ventures, whilst the Community Library continues to serve local residents and some from farther afield. The members at Elton Chapel are always looking for ways to show God’s love.
Mission Enabler to the Peterborough Methodist
Circuit of Churches
The ladies from ‘knit and natter’ become ‘Godmothers’ through this project: the idea is to get a Moses basket and fill it with all the things necessary for a new baby and then donate it to someone in need. We do this through one of the agencies, so we have no contact with the recipient. The project is enthusiastically embraced by ‘knit and natter’ as well as friends and family.
Elton Chapel Library started in January 2014. There are a wide variety of books available (literally hundreds of them!) for all ages and interests, as well as DVDs. Currently the library is open 10-
‘Knit and Natter’ has a membership of about 14, with 8-
…are held on the Third Wednesday of each month, from 10am to midday. You are most welcome. Plus, best of all, the coffee is free.
Watch out during the school holidays for notices outside the chapel and featured on our ‘News and Events’ page. We have a history of organising story times and face-
We have just started a chess club. Beginners are welcome. The club is lead by Deacon John Brobbie, a Methodist Minister who is based in Dogsthorpe Peterborough and joins us every month. Keep an eye out for the next meeting in the News and Events Section.
Meet the Minister
My name is Rev Langley Mackrell-