Easter is the celebration of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We would love you join us as we walk through the Easter story: Reflect on the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday (19th April) And rejoice in the glorious resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday (21st April) All services
They say that change is as good as a rest. A couple of times a year we have to change where we meet (because someone else needs our normal meeting space). Sure, a change of venue is inconvenient. We have to lug all our equipment to a different location.
Why do I need to go on a CAP Money Course? If you’re stressed out looking at your bank balance around Christmas time, then you could benefit from a CAP Money Course. If you get to the end of every month worrying if you’ll have enough money to pay the
Who are you? Think about it. Now take a look at this video. How would you describe yourself to somebody? Would you pick physical characteristics like your skin colour or height? Or would you choose your job title or school to define yourself? Perhaps you have a particular talent
Vladimir was 9 years old when he lost his parents. A few years later he received an Operation Christmas Child shoebox whilst living in an orphanage. He described the moment he and the other children were handed their boxes: They gave out our shoeboxes. They said “OK, you can open
Are you fairly new to New City Church MK? Would you like to find out more about the church and how to get involved? If you do, we’d love to invite you to our Newcomer Lunch. Come along on: Sunday 8th October Richard and Amy Wardman’s house From 1.00pm We
This Saturday sees the launch of an exciting new event in the New City Church calendar – DadTime! DadTime is a free, monthly dads playgroup. With our popular PlayTime midweek playgroup mainly attracting mums and child-carers, we thought it would be great to have an event for dads to enjoy
‘Contend for the faith that was once for all entrusted to the saints.’ Jude 3 When you have something of great worth you will fight to keep hold of it. This year we are celebrating the 500th anniversary of the start of ‘The Reformation.’ Led by Martin Luther in