Boston Wellbeing Hub - Centenary Church

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Last Updated: 15/03/2024

Community Wellbeing Hub provide grass roots level mental health support. Hubs are led by Community Connectors who provide free, confidential support and advice and signpost you to other services in the local area.

Hubs are a great place to visit if you are experiencing mental health and wellbeing challenges, want to take up a new hobby or activity, or reduce loneliness and isolation.

Timetable:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
9am - 4pm

Princess Trust

9am - 4pm

Princess Trust

9am - 4pm

Princess Trust

9am - 4pm

Princess Trust

9am - 4pm

Princess Trust

10.30am

Morning Service

10am – 12.00am

Walk, Talk and Womble and Warm Welcome Space

9.45am -11.15am

Cook along with Us Centrepoint Booking re- quired

9.30am - 12noon

Warm Welcome Space

1.45pm - 3.45pm

Cook along with Us Centrepoint Booking re- quired

9.30am - 12noon

Warm Welcome Space

10am - 1pm

Shop For Good

12 noon - 3pm

BEAM Café

10am - 1pm

Shop For Good

10am - 1pm

Shop For Good

10am - 12 noon

u3a

12 noon

Hot meals served

12 noon

Hot meals served

12.00am -1pm

BEAMing Wellbeing

12 noon - 2pm

Be Smoke Free One You

4.30pm - 5.30pm

Centenary Singers

1pm – 3pm

BEAM Café

4pm - 7pm

BEAM Café

6pm - 8pm

BEAM/Night Light Café

7.30pm – 9pm

Rock Choir Booking required

BEAM café (Building Engagement Around Mental health) offers a non-clinical, safe space for anyone in the community who is experiencing challenges with their mental health and wellbeing, who could benefit from a listening ear, peer support and links to other support mechanisms.

BEAM Café runs:

  • Monday 1-3pm at Boston Wellbeing Hub, Centenary Church, Red Lion St, Boston PE21 6NY
  • Tuesday 12-3pm at Boston Wellbeing Hub, Centenary Church
  • Wednesday 4-7pm at Boston Wellbeing Hub, Centenary Church
  • Friday 6-8pm at Boston Wellbeing Hub, Centenary Church (in partnership with Night Light café)

This is good for wellbeing because

  • We provide a safe space for people to be able to come along and talk about their mental health and wellbeing.
  • We provide a space where people are listened to and not judged - encouraging people to not feel alone and helping to reduce stigma.
  • We encourage people to meet new people, develop peer support and also explore other groups/services within the local community.

I was meeting new people, people who were there to listen and didn’t judge me. Rather than shutting myself away in bed, I started to come out and attended BEAM every week

How to contact

Where to go

Centenary Methodist Church
Red Lion Street
Boston
Lincolnshire
PE21 6NY
UK

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