Simply click on one of the rows below to find out more about an activity or organisation that uses our church premises.
We are a voluntary run charity who have operated a community transport service for local voluntary and community groups within Shildon and the surrounding area for over 30 years. Our office, based in Shildon Methodist Hall, is open weekdays from 9.30 am to 12 noon, we can be contacted on 01388 773666 for further information.
We meet in the main hall and anyone can join. There is a weekly subscription of £1.50 per person, which is payable whether or not you attend on the day.  For further information please contact Sheila at
Open to anyone. Come along & enjoy refreshments whilst enjoying playing board games, cards or dominoes with new friends; or why not bring along your favourite craft such as knitting, sewing, crochet, card making etc. We also have a large pool table and air hockey table so if you are feeling more energetic you could indulge in these pastimes, or just come along for a good old natter.  

The 1st Shildon Scout Group provides a range of fun activities for boys and girls aged 5 and above. If you would like more information about the group please feel free to pop in on a Tuesday night where a leader will be happy to speak with you.
The baby clinic runs on a Wednesday morning.  For more information please contact your local Health Visitor or contact Liz Earl on 07392 194068.
We welcome everyone caring for pre-school children. So whether you are a parent, grandparent, childminder, nanny, carer or expectant mum you will find a warm welcome. We charge £1.50 per family. Both the Wednesday and Thursday groups are very popular and we have a waiting list for new starters. For more information please contact the church office at
We are a social historical society centred around Shildon, and maintain an archive of photographs, documents and artefacts. Anyone is welcome to attend our meetings and more information is available on our website.
We run occasional study groups that are open to anyone and provide an opportunity to join with others to discuss and learn more about what the Christian Faith means to us in our everyday lives. Study groups are advertised in our Church newsletter, 'The Messenger', or email the Church Office on