Activities

Besides our regular Sunday Worship Service at 10:45 am
we also have a number of other activities during the week.

Throughout the Week

We are a WARM WELCOME SPACE where we provide a free, warm, welcoming space for anyone in the community to come along, have a hot drinks, cuppa soup and a roll, maybe try a craft activity, and meet people.  Please come along, particularly if you are alone or in need of some company.             
You will find a friendly warm welcome!

The Uppingham Local History Study Group is a group of people interested in learning about the history of their town and the surrounding area. Members are invited to attend the monthly meetings and enter into discussion of the topics raised by speakers and other members. Members are encouraged to engage in study, individually or collectively, of their local history and to record for posterity what is discovered.    Click here to visit their Website

Kiddiwinks meets every Tuesday in term time.
Parents, grandparents, carers, babies, and toddlers are all very welcome to come  and join us for tea, coffee, snacks, songs, and play in a friendly and safe setting.
For more information please contact Judy on [email protected] or 07846901783.

The Rutland Group of the Hardy Plant Society:- We meet at the church once a month on the second Tuesday between September and April (8 sessions) for educational talks about gardening. The meetings start at 7:30pm but doors open at 7:00pm.    Click here to visit their website.

We are a WARM WELCOME SPACE where we provide a free, warm, welcoming space for anyone in the community to come along, have a hot drinks, cuppa soup and a roll, maybe try a craft activity, and meet people.  Please come along, particularly if you are alone or in need of some company.             
You will find a friendly warm welcome!

This is an informal, friendly group that meets in various homes. We may follow a Bible study guide but we are also free to discuss any topic that may arise in a sympathetic way. We meet in a relaxed way in various homes, so please look at our Weekly News to see where we will be this week.

In our singing circle we sing short songs in harmony or in rounds.  All the songs are taught by ear making it accessible to absolute beginners and those with more experience. We focus on singing for meaning and healing and creating a group connection.
What if I can’t sing? All women are welcome! We use a gentle approach and are firm believers that everyone should sing and feel the benefits. Free trial session offered - come along and join us!
Sessions are £8 per week and booked in a termly block online.
Please email [email protected] or call 07949 629750 for more information.
You can also find us on Facebook – Wa Wa Women and Instagram @wawawomen.

Methodartz is a painting group for all abilities. Members work on their own projects and bring their own materials. Subjects are available for those who need initial stimulus. The group is led by Helen Chadband who is happy to share her experience and guidance with those who need it.  Visiting guest artists provide tuition in new techniques.  The group is very relaxed and informal.   New members are welcome dependant on spaces available.
Please contact Helen on 01572 823556

The Uppingham Choral Society is an enthusiastic group of amateur, un-auditioned singers who meet weekly, during term-time, to learn masterpieces of the choral repertoire, enjoying both the music-making and each other’s company.
The Society was originally formed in 1887, and was re-founded in 1959 by the late Jim Peschek: their first performance was of Handel’s Messiah in the Parish Church in March 1960.     Click here to visit their website.

Pop in any Friday for a cuppa, a warm welcome and some friendly company. You will find us at the back of the Methodist Church in the Wesley Room.  So come and visit us.

Hiring of Premises

There are two main spaces that are available for hire, either together or separately and the use of the kitchen space is included in the hiring arrangements.

Safeguarding

Statement of Safeguarding Principles

Every person has a value and dignity which comes directly from the creation of humans in God's own image and likeness.  Christians see this potential as fulfilled by God's re-creation of us in Christ.  Among other things this implies a duty to value all people as bearing the image of God and therefore to protect them from harm.