The Young Adults Home Group meets again this Thursday at the Willis home at 7.30 pm.
…6.30-8.30 pm Every Sunday at… 56 Hatton Park Road.
August 8th, 2018
Published by: Colin Suter
Category: Latest News
Valerie Anslow writes:
The Wellingborough Homeless Forum are busy planning to open their night shelter in November. We have the premises, the volunteers and training in place. Now we need the money to make the changes required to the building and money to enable the shelter to provide food, beds and a safe environment for the winter.
I am asking you to sponsorMore
February 3rd, 2018
Published by: Anna Holbrook
Category: Balancing Life
Angels ask you to step forth, at the gates of The Lord
Where broken hearts are mended, with the touch of his mighty sword.
Where a child is blessed with fullness of their little mind,
And a Sinner leaves their woes, in a forgiving place behind.
You utter in amazement, words adding to golden peace.
A Fatherly hand holds yours, and fear beginsMore
June 21st, 2018
We were holding John's Testimony back to front the new layout of the website, but as that is taking longer than envisaged, we felt that it was too good to keep hanging on to it...
Melvyn asked me to write my testimony earlier this year. To be honest, I thought about it but struggled to even understand what my testimonyMore
September 8th, 2018
June 11th, 2018
Redwell School are collecting children's warm coats and they have asked if the church would like to help. More information can be found here.
Coats are being gathered from the week beginning 11 June and the closing date is 26 June. If you would like any more information please contact Ali (firstname.lastname@example.org). Thank you.More
February 14th, 2018
Here are six reminders of how you can make our church a safe church, building safe and healthy cultures for everyone. You may note that, by chance, the six reminders are the six principles that we have signed up to as part of the Church of England
Promote a safer environment and culture
Safely recruit, train and support allMore
August 1st, 2018
Could you be interested in leading a small team to organise Gleneagles social events? We already have people who will help but we need a leader. Friendship is very important, so if you think God is calling you to this ministry please have a word with Melvyn for more information. More
August 30th, 2018
Mark & Arleen write:
The Daylight Centre is planning ahead though and has asked if folk from Gleneagles Church would be happy to cook the Christmas dinner again this year, on 25 December.
About 30 homeless or vulnerable people came for the meal last year and your generosity was really appreciated. If you would be willing to help in any of the following waysMore
Do you have the odd surplus child's ball you could donate to church please for the children to play with outside while coffee is being served? Or any other suitable small garden toy you could suggest? Thank you.More
July 16th, 2018
If you are buying from Amazon please don't forget to go through The Giving Machine, as a percentage of what you spend will be donated to Gleneagles Anglican Church. It doesn't cost you anything but 'EVERY LITTLE HELPS...' If you haven't already joined, have a look here. More