Welcome - God's Got More!
We believe the good news of Jesus Christ is for all people. Sadly, we are not located near the Gleneagles golf course in Scotland! But instead we are found at the Gleneagles housing estate, serving a number of estates in the North West of Wellingborough.
We hope that this website will enable you to discover more about us, and hopefully, if you are in this area, you will come and join us in worshipping the Almighty God, who has revealed himself through the person of Jesus Christ.
We are a church which was planted in October 1990 and we are now approaching our 27th anniversary and looking forward to all that God is going to do in the future.
Registered Charity No. 1172631
Our next objective is to build our church building on land we have bought, opposite the "Ock & Dough".
Our task is to help people who live in our vicinity to know and to experience for themselves that, although there is much on offer in this world, God's Got More!
Rev Melvyn Pereira Vicar
Building for the Future
We have met in Redwell Junior School for over 20 years, but have now purchased land in order to build our own church building. We are very excited at everything God is doing amongst us and this new phase in our history! We have preliminary plans for a building which will serve the community seven days a week and have launched our building fund.
Help Us Build Our Church!
You can help us raise funds towards our new building (at no cost to you!) by doing what you normally do, that is buying on-line, but going via The Giving Machine.
Every time you make a purchase at one of these on-line stores: Viking, Amazon, Ebay, Sainsbury's, John Lewis, M&S, Next, Argos, Tesco, Debenhams, Homebase, Bodens, The Trainline and hundreds more, a small percentage of the purchase price comes to Gleneagles Anglican Church.
Buy A Brick
Have You Seen Our Video?
For more information please visit our Church Building Fund website.
Safeguarding Is Our Responsibility
Safeguarding is a priority at Gleneagles church. We are committed to following government and Church of England guidelines on the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults and good working practice, including safer recruitment of volunteers and paid workers.
"...There were a lot of rows and Mum drank a lot. Mum worked hard in bars and clubs but would often come home drunk.... On quite a few occasions when she came home I would run out of the house in the middle of the night, knock on a neighbour’s door..." Read Julie's testimony.