Newbold Church Service
Available LIVE every Sabbath at 11:15 AM.
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News & Updates
Church Beyond Walls: Given our total commitment to the wellbeing of our community, all church services and gatherings are suspended for the time being. We are developing new ways to be, and to grow, as a church ‘beyond walls’. Live streaming of the Sabbath morning service will continue and resources for Sabbath School and Small Groups are shared above. A number of online giving options are available from the ‘Donate’ button above.
If you would like to volunteer and enable our church community to support each other where needed, please fill in this brief survey.
Beirut Emergency Appeal
I’m sure you are aware of the huge explosion that happened in the Lebanese capital of Beirut on Tuesday. The blast has killed at least 135 people, injured more than 4,000 and around 300,000 people have lost their homes. Hospitals are overwhelmed and the medical system in Lebanon is poor. The country is challenged by a deep economic crisis, rising unemployment, political instability while also struggling with the COVID-19 pandemic. There are over 1.5 million refugees in Lebanon, principally from Syria, Palestine and Iraq.
ADRA Lebanon is a small office, but well connected in this country. The ADRA Middle East North Africa (MENA) Regional office is also in Beirut. All the ADRA staff are safe and well although the offices have been damaged by the blast.
The Emergency Management Unit of ADRA International is in touch with the colleagues and the first visual assessments are ongoing.
In any normal year, thanks to the ADRA Appeal, we would have a fund available to respond to emergencies. This year our fundraising has been severely hit due to the pandemic and the lockdown period.
We need your help today to help the people of Beirut! Please make a donation to our emergency response fund now. Your money will help people to rebuild their lives in this broken city.
Please donate following this link to help the people of Beirut: