Tales of The Unexpected – Blog

There has always been lots going on at Scargill, from programmes to impromptu gatherings; from fun, laughter and food to times of quiet and reflection.

It is a blessing to be able to celebrate 60 years of ministry here at Scargill this year. That is 60 years of meetings, of praying, of hard work, of laughter, of tears and of sharing in peoples story. To help us make this year special we are asking for people to share their stories about the role Scargill has played in their lives and we will share them here each week.

Family fun at Scargill

Catherine and her sons Dylan and Oliver have been visitors to Scargill many times since the house reopened in 2010. When asked what Scargill meant to them the family said | read more...

This was posted on 31 May 2019 and updated on 27 May 2019.

A Time to Dance – Walter’s Story

My memories of Scargill 60 years ago are of a different age.  For example, little traffic. I could run (O golden days,) from the house to Kettlewell, over the bridge, | read more...

This was posted on 12 April 2019.

A friendship made to last!

Jennifer Douglas writes “Scargill house truly is where we all grew up together. I met my best friend Sarah Martin (nee. Penney) there 19 years ago through CMM.     | read more...

This was posted on 5 April 2019.

Tom & Rachel Moger’s Story

In this first of our “Tales of The Unexpected” Blog series Tom shares with us what Scargill has meant to him and his family: I attended Scargill with my parents | read more...

This was posted on 29 March 2019.