Main Street, Balderton, NG24 3LQ

01636 706264

Community Breakfast

 

Saturday June 11

9:30am to 12 noon

 

Make your own breakfast or brunch for 60p an item. Choose from sausage, bacon, egg, hash brown, mushrooms, baked beans, tomatoes and more….

 

Bookings taken from May 14 onwards.

 

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Messy Church at Home

Things to do with young ones at home. Have fun and learn about Jesus.

Click here for activities

Daily Bible Reading

Ezra 5:1 - 7:28 :

another text tomorrow

Christian Aid – Daily Read

Read a snippet of the bible daily and think about the reflection that follows the reading.

Click the image above.

Quote of the Day

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Circuit News

Find out what’s happening across the Circuit by clicking the image below:

 

Newark and Southwell Circuit Website

 

Watch Circuit Sunday services, worship Wednesdays and Bible Study by clicking the Youtube link below:

 

Circuit Worship and Study

Archives

Journey of Discovery

As we move through the period of Lent and approach Holy Week, we look at the life of Jesus as he leads his disciples through a tumultuous journey of faith. The disciples were only slightly aware of the grumblings of the religious leaders, they felt that Jesus was in control and he was a force to be reckoned with. It was only Jesus who knew his destiny, even though he had spoken about this to his disciples, they had filtered out the uncomfortable truth and concentrated on the huge crowds following their master.

A hard road to travel

The disciples were in for a terrible time in the capital, their hopes and dreams would be shattered to pieces. They would need every ounce of faith and togetherness to get through the death of their leader, and they would also need their reliance on God. Even Jesus himself would cry out, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me.” It shows the walk of faith is never an easy one, and that is because we look to God as we acknowledge the unsurmountable problems in front of us. There was no easy way that Jesus could lead his disciples through his death and resurrection, the deep despair and then the period of emptiness, to be followed by the overwhelming news that Jesus was alive.

To walk by faith means we must travel through periods of uncertainty, wondering whether God has really spoken to us, whether we have the resources to do the job, or the ability. So many questions go through our minds but our faith is not in ourselves and our own strength, it is in God, and he will never fail us.

Jesus will see us through

As we go through Easter, let it be a reminder to us all, that we will encounter difficult periods in our life, we will live in uncertainty as we look at our earthly circumstances but if we keep our eyes on Jesus, he will get us through and our faith will be rewarded as we look back and see how God was at work in the background, often unseen but bringing the best out of our circumstances. Easter is quite rightly a time of celebration but it is preceded by our looking honestly at ourselves over the period of Lent. The weaknesses that we see, our failings, our imperfections will be acknowledged in the lead up to Easter and then they will be swept away by the triumph of Jesus victory on the cross. Our eyes will focus on the risen King.

May God Bless you on this journey of discovery and may you see the victory of Jesus in your own life as you walk by faith looking to the Son to bring light to your life.

Ukraine Emergency Appeal

Please give what you can to help the refugees that are fleeing the horrific war in Ukraine

 

 

Donate to the appeal

Charity Shop and Café

 

Community Charity Shop and Café open

 

Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays

11am to 3pm

 

Good items of clothing, toys, etc, wanted. Can collect.

 

If you would like to volunteer to help, please contact us by phoning 01636706264

Guide

Click the image to look at our ebook guide to being at our church:

 

 

To download/print a PDF copy of our guide, click the link below:

 

PDF version

Baldertots

 

Community playgroup

 

Tuesdays during school time at 9:15am to 11am

 

All are welcome to join in the fun!

 

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Join the Brigade

 

Boys’ Brigade and Girls’ Association

 

Tuesdays 6:15pm to 7:30pm

 

Come and join in the adventure

 

Contact Jenni Vaughan – 01636 684572

 

Local Aid

Dial-a-talk

 

Listen to the weekly talks on your phone.

 

Dial 01636 552255

and choose option:

 

1 for the Thursday 10-minute ministry

 

2 for the BMC talk

 

3 for the Circuit talk

Videos to Develop Your Faith

Click the link, scroll down and choose the teaching video you would like to watch:

 

Faith teaching videos

Project Pledges

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Thank you to all who have pledged. The difference made to people’s lives will be great.

 

With God’s help, the project will come to fruition.