This page gives information about activities run by The Salvation Army in Boston. Information about our Sunday services can be found on the Worship page, and activities for young people are given on the Young People page.
|Monday||10.00am - 12.00pm||The Bridge (drop in centre)|
|2.00pm - 3.00pm||Home League (weekday meeting) (held at Grounds Court on the 2nd Monday of each month, and at The Salvation Army on High Street all other Mondays)|
|Tuesday||10.00am - 12.00pm||The Bridge (drop in centre)|
|Wednesday||9.30am - 11.30am||Honeypot (parents/carers toddler group)|
|10.00am - 12.00pm||The Bridge (drop in centre)|
|2.30pm - 3.30pm||Over Sixty Club|
|Friday||10.00am - 12.00pm||The Bridge (drop in centre)|
For Children’s and Young People’s activities please visit our Children and Youth page.
Home League is The Salvation Army’s name for the traditional Church weekday meeting. It is a weekly meeting for men and women of all ages (and their children if they wish) on Mondays at 2 – 3pm.
The programme includes elements of worship, education, service, fellowship and of course a cup of tea. In the summer there is a full day outing and a special Sunday and Monday to celebrate our anniversary. In December there is a visit to a local garden centre, a carol service and Christmas tea.
The leaders are:
Home League Secretary: Celia Ellis
Assistant/Treasuere: Pat Herring
Major Sarah Price
For more information contact the Corps Officer.
Our Over 60’s Club is an informal club which arranges a wide variety of meetings, including invited speakers and outings, as well as other activities. Anyone is welcome to come along for Christian fellowship and an opportunity to meet other people.
Leader: Aileen Elvidge
The Bible Study Group meets most Monday evenings 7.30 – 8.30pm and covers a wide range of Biblical Study topics that is held in an informal atmosphere and anyone is welcome.
It is led by Gayner Ward and Major Mark Price – to confirm any details please contact the Church Office at 01205 359232
We hold a Lunch Club once a week on a Thursday at 12.30pm for those who have booked their dinner (priced at £3.20 per meal), and for others who may not have been able to book or even pay.
The meal consists of:
- Soup and bread
- A main course (usually meat or fish, potatoes and two vegetables)
- Tea or coffee
It is an opportunity for those who would otherwise be at home alone, or who find it difficult to provide for themselves, to share a meal and make friends. Many of the lunch club members stay to the Over Sixty Club which follows at 2.30pm.
The Lunch Club Organiser and leader is: Trinette Homes