Tuesday, 12 December 2017

WHAT IS GOING ON THIS CHRISTMAS?

Friday 15th December - Alfreton New Life Church hosts Carols at Costa, High St, Alfreton 7pm.  A mixture of fun and festive, traditional and modern.

Saturday 16th December - Carols and Bible Readings hosted by Holmebrook Valley Community Church at the Family Centre off Wardgate Way 6.30pm

Sunday 17th December - Family celebrations of the birth of Jesus in Chesterfield, Stretton & Alfreton at 10.30am

Monday 18th December - New Life Christmas Concert 7.30pm at The Winding Wheel, Chesterfield.  Tickets £2.50 at the door (children free) which include refreshments during the interval.
A mix of traditional carols, performance songs and fun sing-a-long classics.

CAFE CHURCH CHRISTMAS BREAK

Cafe Church is taking a break over Christmas. One reason is that we have such a great programme of events taking place that we need to free up some time somewhere but also Ben and Talita will be visiting family in Brasil over the holidays.

So mark it in your brand new diary:

Cafe Church is back 
on Sunday 14th January 2018 
at The Compass, West Bars 6-7pm

TRAINING DAY

Have you thought about maybe becoming a School Pastor?  If yes, then there is an opportunity to find out more.  On Saturday 20th January we have the National UK Coordinator of School Pastors coming to do the first training session, 'Roles and Responsibilities of a School Pastor.'

It is a full day's training 9.30am - 3.30pm at the Compass on West Bars.  Drinks will be provided but you would need to bring a packed lunch.  No strings attached, you are not committing yourself but if you are interested please come along.
Jacky 07849 073078

Tuesday, 5 December 2017

PRAYER REQUEST FROM ANDREW MURRAY

Dear friends and partners,
This week I am flying to Kenya with a team for a week of mission in Busia, close to the Kenya / Uganda border. We will be partnering with One by One ministries and spending time with all the beautiful children and King's Children's home in the village of Bumala B as well as speaking in churches. Our main evangelistic efforts will be three nights of gospel crusades in the nearby village of Mauko. A new church plant has recently started here but no gospel crusade like this has taken place before. Mauko is known for murder, crime and withcracft. We need people to stand with us in prayer that the gospel will break chains and we will see a mighty harvest of souls in this area.
Yours in the mighty Name of Jesus,
Andrew Murray