Newmount

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ADDRESS:

Newmount Methodist Church, Blagreaves Lane,  Littleover, Derby, DE23 1PS

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SERVICE TIMES:

Sunday services: 10.30am  and 6.30pm

First Sunday of month, “Access All Areas” service aimed at all ages. Third Sunday evening of month “Creative Prayze”, a different approach to worship. At least once every three months there is a service of Holy Communion at 9.00.

Sunday Club (Sunday School) ages roughly 3-11: runs during morning service 1030 -1130

MINISTER:

Revd Greg Obong-Oshotse

CHURCH ACTIVITIES:

Women’s Fellowship: meets every Tuesday 2.15

Bible Study: meets every Tuesday during term-time 1200-1.00

Brownies: every Tuesday during term-time 6.30-7.30

Guides: every Tuesday during term-time 7.30

Wives Group: meet alternate Wednesday 7.45

King’s Kids, for school years 1-6: every Thursday during term-time, 6.00-7.15

House Fellowship groups also meet: please contact the church office for further details

Worship Group: please contact the church office for details

Other organisations using the premises include GKR Karate, Littleover Live-At-Home Scheme Lunch Club, the Helen O’Grady Drama Academy, and a dance class

Newmount’s 80th Anniversary

Newmount’s 80th Anniversary

In September 2019, Newmount Methodist Church celebrated its 80th Anniversary. There were two weekends of special services combined with a weeklong exhibition of Stories from the Knitted Bible. For the Anniversary Sunday we were delighted to welcome Rev David King to lead our services. David is the son of Rev Kenneth King who had been our Minister during the period 1964-69, and David and his wife Margaret and their children were part of our church family until the early 1990’s when David became a Minster himself and they moved to the North West. After the morning service our invited guests were able to catch up on old times as we served a sit down lunch for ninety! During the rest of the week the exhibition of thirty one stories from across the Old and New Testaments and church archives were open every afternoon and evening and it was good to see a steady trickle of visitors from far and near, including some from northern Scotland.

Our celebrations continued the following weekend with a family activity afternoon and the dedication of a new pulpit fall given in memory of Mary Loydall. The design, for Harvest, was mostly hand sewn by one of Mary’s daughters, Ann Malkin. We concluded the anniversary celebrations in style with a rousing Sing Sankey! evening which, as always, brought friends from across the Circuit to join us. Our anniversary prayer is printed below.

We give thanks for the vision and commitment of all the members and friends at Newmount who have gone before us.  We pray now, that the same Lord whom they served, will continue working in us by the power and presence of His Holy Spirit, to grant us grace and love such that this church will be sustained as a place of worship and fellowship, a centre of teaching the biblical truths and a place of mission to our community.

Ruth Croft, Church Steward

Newmount Sankey Service

Sankey Service at Newmount DE23 1PS

6.30pm meeting 3 or 4 times a year  Led by Peter Blount & Paul Wood

Date:  15 September

A Circuit wide time of informal fellowship and worship featuring an abundance of singing with all Hymns taken from the famous Hymn Book compiled under the direction of Ira D Sankey.  The evening will also include readings from God’s word and prayers.  Refreshments are usually available during the service.