Nottingham Road, Borrowash.
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10.30 am Sundays
Rev. Colin Emerson
SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP – our main service is at 10:30am and is lead either by our Minister or a Local Preacher from the Derby Circuit. One service each month will be Holy Communion.
OPEN SPACE – a monthly informal service at 4.00pm – see our church website (link above) for more details
Please also see our website for details of this month’s preachers and United Services.
SPARKLERS – is our group which provides teaching and activities for children 2yrs and over. They meet in the church hall during regular Sunday Worship. Please contact Gwen on 544785 for more details.
An informal communion service is held in the prayer area of the church, generally on the first Thursday of each month at 10:00am. Please see our website for details.
From time to time, we run Bible study courses and you will find details of these on our website.
REGULAR WEEKLY ACTIVITIES
MOTHER AND TODDLER GROUP
A group for children from birth upwards accompanied by an adult (parent/guardian/childminder)
Safe play for the children and a chance for the adults to socialise.
Time – 1:30 – 3:00 pm Contact Thelma on 730952 for details
LADIES FRIENDSHIP CORNER
Speakers, demonstrations, outings and fellowship for ladies of any age.
Time – meets every 2nd and 4th Mondays at 2.15pm Contact Ivy on 666376 for details
USE OF THE CHURCH AND HALL
To hire the hall or the Church, please contact our bookings secretary Sylvia on 665804
For more information about the life and worship of the Church, please contact our Minister, Rev. Colin Emerson on (01332) 670587 or our Senior Steward, Janet Cotton (01332) 674051
The four Bible Study groups continue to meet each week at various locations, enjoying close fellowship and the opportunity to learn from each other as the bible is studied in a relaxed environment. This has provided the atmosphere for many within the church to grow spiritually.
During Lent, there is a weekly devotional meeting held at midday followed by a soup and roll light lunch. On Good Friday there will be a short Ecumenical service of witness outside the Co-op, starting at 12 noon.
On March 13th at the Royal Oak pub there was an Ecumenical event called ‘Hot Potato Evening’ to debate the argument ‘Should we allow Assisted Dying in the UK? Yes or No?’ The evening began with a Jacket Potato and Filling followed by the debate.