Newbold Church Service

Available LIVE every Sabbath at 11:15 AM.

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News & Updates

2 days ago

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WOSE is always a special time at Newbold, especially after a long period of closure. We will have various speakers who will share inspirational messages that will help us go further in our personal and communal process of transformation.You will be able to join us in person and online.🙂All the details can be found below! ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

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6 days ago

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Join us for our first Vespers this academic year. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

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THE ORIGIN OF FORGIVENESS ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

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The Experience is back! More details below.TONIGHT: The Experience returns! This weekly get-together for students and Newbold youth members offers the opportunity to socialise, worship and inspire one another for the days ahead. This week, our Head of Student Life and Chaplaincy, Danilo, will share how he has personally experienced the connection between spirituality and respect for the ‘other’. Join us at Keough House (former men’s halls of residence) from 20:30 - and don’t forget your face covering!See you there. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

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As parents of teens and tweens, we are all keen to purposely foster relationships and help our children grow and mature within a Christian context. To help us re-think together and organise ourselves, please, fill in a very short online survey (obtained by writing to office@newboldchurch.org), and join us on Sabbath 11th September for a picnic at the church (bring your own lunch) where we will discuss the outcome of the survey. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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THE HOPE OF CHANGE ... See MoreSee Less
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Church Beyond Walls: We remain committed to the wellbeing of our community, and to this end, our 11:15 church service is now fully open (please, read the guidelines below).   We have been 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 ‘Donations’ 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.

ANNOUNCEMENTS:


Prayer Request: As some of you have already heard, one of our young families and their friends, have experienced a tragic set of circumstances in the past 24 hours.  At this most difficult time we are rallying around them to offer spiritual and practical support.  We will continue to communicate with you as the situation progresses.  Two GoFundMe campaigns were launched (Norbert & Lidiia Varga) & (Orest & Marina Malysh), to assist some of the families with the unexpected and rising medical needs. Pastoral team


Nominating Committee: Report 1

The Nominating Committee is submitting the following report for the consideration of the members of Newbold Church (HERE).  Should you have any queries or objections, please write directly to Janos (kbjanos@newboldchurch.org).  A vote will be taken during the service, on Sabbath, 11th September.


Returning to Church Building

24.07.2021 – Relaxation of guidelines – Beginning with the Sabbath of 24th July, the Risk Management Advisory and the Church Board are recommending the following changes (full document HERE):

    • No bookings will be necessary to attend the service.
    • The chairs will be placed back in rows as they were prior to the pandemic.
    • On request, people will be provided with large cards to put next to them when sitting down, asking others to leave the seats next to them free.
    • Everyone will wear a mask at all times (unless you have medical exemption).
    • All are welcomed to sing. Wearing a face mask will help reduce the spread of infection.
    • We will continue to provide hand sanitiser at entrances and key points such as toilets and expect everyone to make use of them.
    • The building will be well ventilated by leaving all windows and doors open during the services and rehearsals..
  • Some of the measures which are NO longer in place:
    • Booking to attend
    • Waiting in line outside
    • Temperature checks
    • One way system
    • Limitations on using the bathrooms

We will continue to stream our church services via YouTube, FaceBook and our website.