St. James Hope, 3 Vicarage Close, Salford, M6 8EJ
07771 558 058

Who are we?

The Vine Community Hub has been set up by Salford Elim Church. We are a small team of local volunteers who care about the people of our area.

Where are we?

You can find us at 87-89 Cholmondeley Rd, Salford M6 8PU.

What’s on?

We offer a range of holistic support and activities aimed at reducing isolation, improving well-being, and building community such as:

Regular Activities

Communi-Tea Coffee Morning

Mondays from 10-12pm

Pop in for a brew and a natter. There’s always a friendly face and a selection of board games you can use if you are feeling competitive! We have a baby-friendly area too for those with little ones.

Crafty Crew

Tuesdays from 1-2.30pm

We meet weekly to be creative and enjoy good company. You don’t need to be skilled but you might find you are more creative than you thought! We occasionally arrange day trips out and support one another whenever we can.

Wednesday Prayer and Worship

Wednesdays from 10.30-12pm

A chance to pray, reflect on the bible, worship. Whatever church you are part of, or whether you are just exploring faith, you will be warmly welcomed.

Themed Afternoon Tea

First Thursday of the month from 2-3.30pm

Cream tea and treats with company and entertainment. £3 per ticket, purchased from The Vine.

Play and Stay

Fridays 10-12pm

Fun and creativity for pre-school children and their parent/carer.

£2 per session per family unit. Includes healthy snacks.

Open Mic Nights

Bi-Monthly Fridays. (See our calendar below for dates and times of the next one)

Featuring live music, an open mic slot and general merriment, it’s a relaxed evening to meet new people or have a good night out with your own friends or family.

Got a talent? Whether it’s singing, playing the nose-flute, juggling plates or standing on your head, come and share it with the rest of us in our open mic/talent slot or contact us to be considered as one of our guest performers.

Brews and soft drinks will be available or you can bring your own bottle with you.


Community Counselling Service  

Led by a fully qualified counsellor who is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), we offer free counselling sessions; either face-to-face, via Zoom or by telephone. We are experienced in dealing with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, bereavement, low self-esteem, anger, work-related stress, abuse and relationship issues. To make an appointment, pop in or fill out our online form.

For a full range of our up to date activities, see our calendar below.

Events Calendar

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