Welcome - God's Got More!

At Gleneagles Anglican Church we believe that the good news of Jesus Christ is for everyone and that though there is much on offer in this world, God’s Got More!

Our church was started in October 1990, so we are now approaching our 28th anniversary and we are very much looking forward to all that God is going to do in the future. Our next objective is to build our new church and community centre on land we have bought opposite the "Ock & Dough" pub.
We are located on the Gleneagles housing estate in north-west Wellingborough and meet at Redwell Primary School. Currently we are a congregation of about 140 adults with 30 or so children and teenagers. Many of us are near neighbours living on the Gleneagles Estate with quite a few coming from further afield. Children and teens are active members of the church and many attend our mid-week children’s group.
We are very relaxed and informal in our style of worship and use contemporary music with a talented group of musicians on guitars, keyboards, drums and more.
Friendship is very important to God and to us so there is a big social and care side to our activities with all ages.
Our main goal is to enable people to grow in faith and understanding of Jesus Christ and to experience the reality of God making a real difference in our individual lives bringing forgiveness, freedom, peace, hope, friendship and joy into our personal experience.
We hope that this website will enable you to discover more about us. If you are in this area you will be very welcome to join us in worshipping Almighty God, who has revealed himself through the person of Jesus Christ.
We want everyone, especially you (if you haven’t already) to discover that...God’s Got More!

Rev Melvyn Pereira - Vicar                                                                                  melvynpereira@gleneaglesanglicanchurch.co.uk

Building for the Future

The new Gleneagles Church buildingWe 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!

givingmachine_logoYou 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

Another Brick in the WallAll good building projects have a "Buy A Brick" scheme.  Please join ours and help make this vision a reality!

Have You Seen Our Video?

We are proud of our promotional video, made by Clive Wagner, it's our vision for the future of Gleneagles Church. View promotion video
promotional-video-clip

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.

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Freedom in Christ

course

 

1Peter 2 : 4,5 “As you come to him, Jesus, the living Stone you

also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house.”

We are ‘living stones’ individually being shaped and built up,

holy, accepted by God, being built together into God’s temple

which is a picture of God’s Kingdom:

  • Each alive in Christ
  • Each being refined, honed, shaped to fit our role
  • Each an essential part of the building
  • Each in right relationship with each other

 

As a church we want to help each other to live out our calling

to be 'living stones'.

 

One important resource we are using, which has been very effective

in 1000s of churches worldwide, is the "Freedom in Christ" course -

please read on for the details of our course.

 

The Freedom in Christ Course is for every Christian, from recent

converts to ‘older’ Christians, from those progressing steadily to

those who feel stuck.

 

The course does not focus on telling us how to behave but on helping

us to believe the truths that Jesus teaches and how believing those

truths set us free.

 

Galatians 5:1 “It is for freedom that Christ has set us free.”

The course is over ten sessions on Monday mornings or Tuesday evenings

plus the “Steps to Freedom in Christ” on a Saturday morning.  Dates are:

Tuesday evenings  7.30pm—9.15pm

Venue: Redwell Primary School

March 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th, April 2nd (Easter break)

April 23rd, 30th, May 7th, 14th, 21st

Plus Steps to Freedom in Christ— 9.00am—1.00pm Saturday 4th May Venue tba

OR

Monday mornings 10.00am—11.45am

Venue: tba

March 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th, April 1st (Easter break)

April 22nd, 29th May 6th, 13th, 20th

Plus Steps to Freedom in Christ— 9.00am—1.00pm Saturday 4th May Venue tba

 

Cost £10  payable at the first session, plus £1 per week

(to cover cost of hall—Tuesday evenings only)

You will receive the “Participants Guide” and “The Steps to Freedom” books

 

To sign up, or if neither of the above options work for you but a

Sunday evening will, please inform Melvyn:

melvynpereira@gleneaglesanglicanchurch.co.uk

 

THREE TOP TIPS

  1. If you have any questions about the course please ask Melvyn.
  2. Don't believe the lie that you cannot afford the time to do the course.
  3. Pray - talk to God, ask Him if this course is for you.

 

THANK YOU.

Vision 2019

“Living Stones”

1 Peter 2:5

“You also,

like living stones,

are being built into

a spiritual house

to be a holy priesthood,

offering spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God

through Jesus Christ.”

For more details please click on Gleneagles Church Mission Plan

Praise and Prayer

Jackie Brooks Cheesman

 from Jackie, our Church Evangelist.  (Updated 13/02/2019)

Praise God for:

  • Prayers answered by our gracious and merciful God
  • Our Hope into Action project and its progress
  • The work of the Night Shelter and Daylight Centre
  • The work of charities who seek to help the disabled and those with mental health issues, especially Livability, the Mind and Soul Foundation and Time to Change
  • All of the volunteers who make church happen, in our parish and everywhere, every week
  • Our building project and all those working hard to make it happen

Please pray for:

  • The future tenants of our Hope into Action house, that God will bless them richly
  • All of those we know who are struggling with illness right now, that God will bless them with His peace
  • Those who are displaced and homeless, especially at this time of year when weather conditions can be harsh
  • Our government in times of uncertainty and especially as our country moves towards Brexit, that God will be present in their decision making
  • For our Christian brothers and sisters who live in places where to follow Jesus is illegal, that they may know peace and the love and support of the Christian family
  • That God will hear and bless the prayers on our day of prayer this week, on Saturday 16th Feb, 9.30 – 4pm at Nations

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