A family of faith, hope and love, called by Jesus Christ to share his love.
We hope you enjoy taking a look round.
We are now meeting for worship in person in a safe and socially distanced way. Worship services start at 10:30am on Sunday. Junior Church for children and young people meet at the same time .
Please wear a facemask inside the building. All seating is socially distanced. We have music and we are delighted to say singing (whilst wearing facemask) is now fine. If the weather is ok we go out for the final hymn and sending out prayer. (you are obviously fine to stay inside if this is easier for you ) Coffee and tea served following the morning service so all welcome to stay for a drink and catch up.
We thought we knew how the world was meant to be….And now we know something new, we know that church is not committees and agendas. It is us, in homes,streets,hospitals and all places .God is teaching us a new song, for a new world.
For information,prayers and refections from the Methodist Church
Newbold Verdon Methodist Church
We are a growing church of around 70 adult members in addition to our children and young people. Together we are committed to work, give and pray and to express the love of God for all.
Worshipping God is central to our church life, where we come to be fed by God’s Holy Spirit and equipped for our daily lives. We meet for worship on Sunday morning and children and young people meet for Junior church.
We are committed to growing in faith, exploring and learning together how we can follow Jesus.We share worship and learning with the other churches in the village and together run Fun Days and a Holiday club which is great fun and very noisy! This year, because of the need to socially distance to keep each other safe we ran a Treasure Hunt and ‘Holiday Club in a Bag’.We are part of the Hinckley Methodist Circuit so we are linked with all the other churches on this website.
Issues of poverty and justice are important to us; we take part in Christian Aid week and support different charities as we learn new ways of responding to the needs of our neighbours thoughout the world. We support the Hinckley Area Foodbank. We try to use Fairtrade items in our catering and by re-cycling and composting as much as possible to show our respect for the world that God has given to us.
Christenings, funerals and weddings take place here as we share the joys and sorrows of life with whoever comes to join these services. We want to share the welcome and the love of God to all who come into this place.
Our Community Pastor, Malcolm Lapper, and our pastoral team work alongside our Minister, Rev Dave Haseldine, to support and encourage church members and people within our community.
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