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 email@example.com
Prayer for the week
from Jackie, our Church Evangelist. (Updated 09/05/2019)
This week, please pray especially for:
God's peace to be known and His light to illuminate the darkness anywhere and everywhere it is needed.
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.
Have You Seen Our Video?
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
All good building projects have a "Buy A Brick" scheme. Please join ours and help make this vision a reality!
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.
1 Peter 2:5
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
Bible Verse of the Day
"Where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them." Matthew 18:20
Last Sunday morning we looked at 'Jeremiah, the man and his message'. If you missed it, the sermon can be found here: https://www.gleneaglesanglicanchurch.co.uk/sermons/
Jeremiah was a man of prayer who spent time in close communion with God, getting to know God better, growing in his understanding of God's ways and God's wisdom. May we be such men and women of prayer, both individually and corporately.
Our church prayer times together are therefore very important - Jesus promises that he will be there with us when we gather to pray.
Please come to one of our two monthly prayer meetings this weekend.
8.00am - 9.00am Saturday 18th May at 56 Hatton Park Road
7.15pm - 8.15pm Sunday 19th May at 20 Ribble Close
Support your church.
You will have seen the details of our AMAZING Church Weekend Away 3rd - 5th July 2020.
We have it at a great price because Kings Park Conference Centre offer a 33% reduction for one weekend in the year. To get that price we must confirm our booking on 22nd April 2019.
To do that we need 40 adults to have booked their places.
Please seriously consider booking your place this weekend.
You can bring your completed booking form to church or fill in a form at church. Deposits can be paid by cheque, cash or bank transfer using the details below.
Church weekends are a fantastic opportunity for all in the church family to enjoy some special time together. What a great event to include in our 30th Birthday celebrations! We want everyone to be a part of it. As a Church, we don't want to miss this great opportunity for a truly memorable weekend away together.
"Light of the World"
Church Family Weekend Away 2020
Our 30th Birthday Year
Friday 3rd - Sunday 5th July
at Kings Park Conference Centre, Northampton
Every Sunday 10.30am at
Redwell Primary School
Everyone is welcome
Freedom in Christ
Latest info updated 09/05/19
The Steps to Freedom in Christ morning went well on Saturday 4th May.
It was a very significant event being the highlight of the whole course, and a time when we were able to engage with God and see him doing great things in us, setting us free, sometimes in areas in which we haven't fully realised that we are captive.
I am hearing that many people, myself included, have gotten a lot out of the teaching and discussions in the Freedom in Christ course already and as we move forward to the last few sessions we can build on our learning from Steps to Freedom.
As you experience good things through the course I encourage you to share them with others. You will find that they are blessed and you will be too through sharing what God is teaching you / doing for you.
As mentioned previously, the venue for Monday mornings has changed :-
We will meet at the Vicarage 9.45 am for coffee and the session will start at 10.00 am as before.
Monday mornings 10.00 am—11.45 am
Venue: The Vicarage
Tuesday evenings 7.30 pm—9.15 pm
Venue: Nations, Oxford Street
Session 9 - Monday 13th May Tuesday 14th May
Session 10 - Monday 20th May Tuesday 21st May
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