Throughout the year the Church holds various social events with the aim of uniting the church family. Typically these include the Gala Dinner at the Lymm Hotel, Barn dance, Church family party, Beetle Drives, Family fun days, and 'Who wants to be a chocolataire?'
JMA - Junior Missionary Association.
The members of the Sunday Club collect contributions from the Church family and their own extended social groups, which are then used by the Methodist Church for Missionary and Outreach projects. JMA is a valuable activity for young people, as it gives them an insight into recognising the needs of other people at an early age.
Once a month the TWITS (the young people's group) organises a Fairtrade stall after the Sunday morning service. They also present the products at the various social and fundraising events. The Fairtrade event helps to stimulate a greater awareness amongst the general public of the need to rebalance some of the inequalities associated with the globalisation of trade.
These are held once a month to coincide with the Lymm Thursday Market. The money raised is split 80% to Opening Doors (a Warrington homeless charity) and the balance to Church funds. Provides a place for people to meet in a friendly environment, exchange conversation and meet with Sally, the Minister, and other members of the Church family. A highlight of each month, appealing especially to the men, is the cake stall, again used to raise funds for this charity.
Kings Cross Project, Widnes.
A highlight of the Christmas celebrations is the Toy service. Members of the congregation and S Club bring gifts of toys which are used by this charity to provide Christmas gifts for children in families with limited income.
Members of the CTLD and the Church family participate in door-to-door collections for Christian Aid and the National Childrens Home (NCH). At Easter a collection is made for the Methodist Homes Association (MHA) which has a network of care homes for elderly people.