Tuesday, 21 January 2020


Forum Meeting of Christians Together for Chesterfield

 21st  January 7.30pm

Central Methodist Church

Everyone welcome to come along and find out what we have been up to 
and what is planned for the rest of the year.

Monday, 13 January 2020


Rother Valley & N E Derbyshire

A time of Praise, Prayer and Teaching 

Addressing Mental Health 

covering the following key points:
Mental Health, the inside story
Mental Health and Children
Mental Health and the Church

"Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the
 renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve 
what God’s will is – his good, pleasing and perfect will." Romans 12:2

Saturday February 22nd 2020 

@Killamarsh Junior School, 

Sheffield Road, S21 2EA

11.00a.m. to 3.00p.m.

Killamarsh contact: David Taylor 077 4995 8221 dtaylor_1234@hotmail.com

A Free Will offering will be taken to off set costs 
Bring packed lunch…….Drinks available 
Car Parking at back of school

Wednesday, 8 January 2020


Come and Celebrate Chesterfield Street and School Pastors

Thursday 27th February 7.30pm

St John's, Walton Back Lane, Walton

You are invited to join us to celebrate the wonderful work of Chesterfield Street Pastors and Chesterfield School Pastors.
There will be worship, a free buffet and first hand accounts from some of our volunteers.

(We will have to fit in a few mins of AGM business while we are all together but that will be kept to a minimum!)

If you don't know what we do - come along and find out.
If you are interested in finding out more about what's involved - this is the evening for you.
If you are a supporter we would love you to be there and please bring your friends!


Tuesday, 10 December 2019


New Life Church Christmas Concert
with Amy Faith Morley
Monday 16th December
in the Ballroom at the Winding Wheel
Doors open at 7pm

Everyone welcome.  Tickets £2.50 at the door (Children free)
01246 200768

“Amy is a woman on a Journey of faith, who possess the rare ability of communicating the triumphs and tragedies of her experience with God; through the original contemporary songs she both writes and sings..."

Amy Faith Morley is an independent British singer-songwriter of country/folk style music.  Her uplifting debut album ‘Morning Star’ was released in 2014, followed by a tour ‘The Journey’ where she travelled from place to place with her acoustic guitar and a vintage suitcase filled with message-in-a-bottle style postcards which she gave out to her listeners!   This included churches, cafes, bars, festivals, homeless soup kitchens, youth groups and nursing homes.
It is evident that wherever Amy plays, people are not only inspired by her warm, comforting vocals but also encouraged by her testimony from a life of brokenness, fear and Identity-struggles, to finding faith, healing and ongoing freedom.

Monday, 9 December 2019


Parenting has never been easy. Along with the timeless challenges, today we also have to think about sexting, online bullying, constant screen time and loads of other considerations relating to the online world. 
We know there are benefits, but the dangers are real and we can't ignore the need to safeguard our families. 
At Left To Their Own Devices? Katharine Hill and Sim Dendy delve into the newest social media apps, the effects of growing up in a digital environment and how to help our children feel confident in who they are in a ‘selfie obsessed’ culture.  
Book now and help your family navigate the digital age.
The Care for the Family Team
PS  Buy tickets before Christmas and get Katharine's book for half price!

                                    LTTOD dates and locations

Tuesday, 19 November 2019


Christians Together for Chesterfield Present
a chance to question and hear from your local candidates and what they stand for 

Tuesday November 26th 7.30 - 9.00 pm 

Central Methodist Church, Saltergate

All candidates invited 
All Chesterfield voters invited. 

Parking in the new multi-storey or on the Donut. 
Lift or ramp access for people with disability

 Respect requested for all views expressed by candidates or by members of the audience 

Arranged by Christians Together for Chesterfield 
CtfC2018@gmail.com or 01246 270936

Monday, 4 November 2019


On Sunday 17th November New Life Church will be collecting shoebox donations for this year's Operation Christmas Child run by Samaritan's Purse.  Our whole meeting will be based around the impact of the shoebox gifts on the lives of children who may be receiving a Christmas gift for the first time in their lives.  
Just drop off your box or join us for worship followed by video presentations, a quiz and a look back at last year's boxes.

How Can I Join In?

Step 1
Find a Shoebox
Get an empty medium sized shoebox, and wrap the box and lid separately in colourful wrapping paper or order preprinted shoeboxes online. Attach the appropriate boy/girl label, marking if your gift is for a boy or a girl. Select an age category 2-4, 5-9 or 10-14 and attach the label to the top of your box.

Step 2
Fill with Gifts
Fill your shoebox with a selection of fun toys, hygiene items and school supplies. If possible, include one or two special items you know a child will love such as a doll, cuddly toy or deflated football with pump. See our Gift Suggestions below for more ideas.
Due to more stringent import regulations, toothpaste and sweets can no longer be included in shoeboxes.   

Step 3
Make Your Project Donation
A suggested donation of £5 is essential to cover project costs, including shipping, to enable a local church or group overseas to lead a safe, well-organised children's event where your shoebox will be given to a child in need. More detail on what your donation covers here.

Give online at Follow Your Box and you can print out a barcode and place it inside your shoebox on top of the contents. This will enable us to tell you which country your shoebox gets sent to.  

Or you can enclose cash or cheque (to Samaritan's Purse) and place it in an envelope inside your shoebox on top of the contents. If you are packing multiple shoeboxes you can write a cheque for one combined donation.

Note: Follow your Box is only available when you pay online

Step 4
Personalise and Pray
Personalise your shoebox by including a hand written note and a photograph of yourself, your group or your family. You may also like to pray for the child that will receive your gift.

Step 5
Drop off your Shoebox
Place a rubber band around each closed shoebox and take it to a local drop-off location between 11th and 18th November. 
We'd love to see you at the Winding Wheel on Sunday 17th November 10.30 am.  

Gift Suggestions


Include items that children will immediately embrace such as dolls or stuffed toys (with CE label), toy trucks, harmonica, yo-yo, skipping rope, ball, small puzzles etc.

School Supplies

Pens, pencils & sharpeners, crayons or felt pens, stamps & ink pad sets, writing pads or notebooks & paper, solar calculators, colouring & picture books etc.

Hygiene Items

Toothbrush, bars of wrapped soap, comb or hairbrush, flannel.

Due to more stringent import regulations, toothpaste can no longer be included in shoeboxes.

Other Items

Hat, cap, gloves or scarf, sunglasses, hair accessories, jewellery set, wind up torch, slinky spring, matchbox cars etc.

Due to more stringent import regulations, sweets can no longer be included in shoeboxes.

Do Not Include

Used or damaged items; clothing other than as listed above; war related items such as toy guns, play soldiers or knives; chocolate, sweets or other food items; seeds; aerosols; toothpaste, lotions or liquids of any type including bubbles; medicines; hand-made or knitted stuffed toys; playing cards of the 4-suit variety; anything of a political, racial or religious nature; sharp objects; glass containers or fragile items; books with mainly words.

Items packed from this list will be removed from shoeboxes. 



 A talk by Richard Minns - Chair of Pathways 

Men’s Breakfast at Central Methodist
Saturday 16th November 8:30am 

Including details of arrangements for the second year of the 
winter night shelter at 7 churches in the town. 

Please come along to find out more and to enjoy a cooked breakfast and a friendly welcome.

 It would be helpful, but not essential, for catering purposes to notify 
Brian Offiler (01246 234707; brian.offiler@btinternet.com) if you are planning to come. 

We look forward to seeing you.

Thursday, 31 October 2019


More information to follow, but a date for your 2020 diary:

Christians Together for Chesterfield hosts
Songs of Praise
Saturday 25th January 2020
6.30 pm
Central Methodist Church
Saltergate, Chesterfield

Come and celebrate what God is doing through his church in Chesterfield 
and let's worship him together!