Threshold church is made up of several groups who gather to pray and serve their local community.


witham st hughs: simon & ann baker

"We are a group of folk living in Witham St Hughs who love Jesus and love our community and want to see the two together as much as we can. In fact "together" is a word we us a lot..."

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“Having fun on behalf of Threshold in Bardney: messy church, communitea, coffee shop and midweek meetings done together with all the village churches . Add daily and weekly prayer, nativity trails, light party and St Oswald and you get the picture.”



“A group of people from different churches who want to bring the love and knowledge of Jesus to primary age children. We do this by running a Messy Church,undertaking collective worship and running workshops on Christian topics in schools.”

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Welton & Dunholme: Alan & ann Evens

“We love where we live and want to build community and help people experience God's love for themselves. Praying, worshipping and learning from the Bible together is important to us. We also host various groups for those who love walking, books, arts and crafts, pub quizzes, scrabble... oh and food! We love to eat together!”

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"Life in community is about being real, being there and being passionate about our faith. We meet: *To pray and listen to God, *To connect with each other, *To engage with those around us, *To encourage each other to grow.”


lincoln: kirsty & noel clarke

Lincoln and N Hykeham group is a gathering for anyone to rest, pray and learn about God's goodness in an informal and friendly atmosphere. We meet every Tuesday evening, following the input from Threshold Sundays and other courses. We love social gatherings and supporting one another in lots of different ways.”


hemingby: paul & di stephenson

“We live in this small village which sits on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds. A key verse for us is John 1:14 'The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us'. We love to get involved in various activities in the community and also host a housegroup for Christians in the locality.”



"As Threshold in Nettleham we aim to reach out and engage with our community through initiatives such as craft, pamper sessions and social action. We meet twice a month for prayer & worship, and love to plan activities and shared lunches. "

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Stainton by Langworth: Mark & Sue Protheroe

"BWT (Biblical Wine Tasters) meets every fortnight in Stainton by Langworth.. We are a community from different churches (and none) which uses food, wine, prayer, worship, discussion and the Word of God to focus on Jesus.

BWT seeks to be outgoing in order to assist others to meet Jesus. We are doing the Alpha Course at the moment and have been excited by the large number if guests who are joining us for this.”