Every Thursday morning at 8am we host a prayer meeting at Newent Community Centre (Zoom until September 2021). This is a meeting where anyone can come and share and pray together. Come when you can and leave when you must is the motto - so if you can only come for 5 minutes on the way to work that is fine or if you can stay longer great!
Usually once a year we host a full day of prayer with a specific focus. In the past we have used different prayer rooms, prayer styles and everything from art to music to activities to encourage us to pray together.
Prayer during services
Every Sunday morning service we have a dedicated prayer corner where a member of the prayer team is available to pray with and for you. Don’t be shy, they love to pray with people!
We have a dedicated prayer team you can contact on: email@example.com
We believe discipleship should never stop in your life, no matter age or circumstances God wants us to keep learning about Him and applying it.
We have several homegroups who meet together throughout the week to study God’s word, pray and do life together. It is a place to share and receive together.
Bible Read Through
We organise a yearly bible read through group. This is a group of people who commit to reading the Bible everyday with the aim to have read it fully in a year. Some meet in person and some on Zoom.
Sunday Morning - 10.30am we meet together as a whole church to worship and hear a message from God’s word. It is family friendly with contemporary worship.
We have a specific communion service on the 1st Sunday of the month at 5.00pm at Newent Community Centre where we have a time of open worship, break bread and then hear a message from God’s word.
On the 1st and 3rd Sundays we run a variety of courses in the evenings. Sometimes lead by Tilsely Bible College or Gloucestershire Theology School where we have Bible College lecturers led us in study sessions on topics from creation to eschatology to studying the passion week of Jesus. We also run some in house courses. Most recently we completed an online mental health course. We have also had discussion evenings on contemporary issues like drugs, alcohol, gender issues, church history and politics.