Thursday, 25 April 2019

ANDREW MURRAY IN CHESTERFIELD THIS WEEKEND

New Life Church is delighted to be hosting Andrew Murray this weekend.  
You may already have commitments on Sunday morning but how about coming to hear Andrew either on Saturday evening or at Cafe Church on Sunday evening?  You will not disappointed.  Andrew has a gift for teaching God's word and has seen many amazing things happen as God works through his ministry.  Everyone welcome and please bring your friends.
Saturday 27th April 7.30 pm  at New Life IgniteHolmebrook Valley Family Centre, off Wardgate Way, Holme Hall
Sunday 28th April 10.30 am at New Life Church, Winding Wheel, Holywell St, Chesterfield
Sunday 28th April 6 pm at Cafe Church, The Compass, West Bars, Chesterfield
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Generation Builders is the ministry of Andrew Murray and was formed in January 2015. After 13 years working in local church ministry, Andrew was released to travel as an evangelist and so Generation Builders was formed.
The heart and passion of Generation Builders is to reach a generation with the good news of Jesus Christ and Andrew travels extensively through the United Kingdom and also has a growing ministry in the USA. In addition he takes teams on mission around the world holding gospel crusades and revival services in several nations.  In every Generation Builders service, Jesus Christ is the central theme, and a clear message of a crucified, resurrected and glorified Saviour is always proclaimed.
As well as his gospel preaching, Andrew is also known for his teaching ministry and many of our services are aimed at believers being drawn into a closer encounter with God and understanding their identity in Christ.  Generation Builders has a passion for the local church and is a cross-denominational ministry, working in churches of various backgrounds, streams and networks.

Andrew is currently a member of Revive Church, a multi-site church based in East Yorkshire led by Jarrod Cooper. Andrew ministers regularly at the church and also is the director of the Revive Church College.
Andrew is married to Laura and they have two children Judah and Asher.

PHILIPPA HANNAH LOCAL TOUR DATES

I saw Philippa Hannah recently performing as part of Grace Chapel's 10th Anniversary celebration and was reminded just what a great performer she is.  If you are a fan of her honest, country style music interspersed with her faith story then maybe you might be interested in these dates:




Tuesday 30th April  Philippa is supporting the Kingdom Choir (they sang at Harry & Megan's
wedding) at Sheffield City Hall.  Tickets from Ticketmaster start at £40.30.

Sunday 5th May  As above with the Kingdom Choir but at the Theatre Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham.  Tickets start at £25

If you are going to the One Event at Lincolnshire Showground this year Philippa will be performing on Saturday August 24th in the big top.


PIE AND PEAS FUNDRAISER

Hope For Life Ministries are organising a Pea and Pie Supper at Central Pentecostal Church on Saturday April 27th 6.30pm for 6.45pm.
Tickets £6 including dessert and tea/coffee.  Raising funds for this year's Whit Walk 
More information and tickets available from Pamela Gratton on 01246 851703. 

WHIT WALK FINAL BRIEFING

PROCESSION BRIEFING NIGHT 

Thursday May 16th  7.30pm Rose Hill URC. 


If at all possible please send representatives from your church – as many as you like - so that you can ask questions, raise any concerns, get the information you need and share your experiences / good ideas with others. The more that churches can share ideas and swap experiences the better. You will be able to collect material that your church needs for the Procession, including advertising posters, colour themed balloons - (yellow orange, white and red) - programmes and the ‘Guidance for Churches’ booklet with instructions ,timings and tips about how to get the most out of the ‘Whit Walks’ on Spring Bank Holiday Monday morning.


WHIT WALK CHILDREN'S COLOURING EXHIBITION

DRAW A SCENE FROM THE LIFE OF JESUS – THE SERVANT KING 

Already some children have started on this challenge through Messy Church but there is still plenty of time for everyone of school age to take part whether they can be here for The Procession or not.

All that’s involved is to draw and colour a scene from the life of Jesus so that the drawings fit this year’s theme: ‘Jesus: The Servant King’. It might be the feeding of the 5,000, Jesus healing the blind and the lame or visiting the unpopular tax collector. It could be Jesus telling stories of others who showed kindness such as The Good Samaritan or The Prodigal Son. The choice is very wide. The instructions are simple:
1) Please use either A4 or A5 sheets of paper
2) Colours: Crayon, paint or pencil drawings acceptable.
 3) Names: Either at the bottom right hand corner of the drawing or on the back - if part of a Sunday School or Messy Church please also add the name of the church involved .
4) The finished drawing should be handed in at the Cornerstone Coffee Shop at Central Methodist Church or brought to Rose Hill URC for the Procession Briefing at 7.30pm on Thursday May 16th . If neither date suits your situation please e-mail us on cechesterfield@gmail.com to arrange an alternative.
5) It would be helpful if all drawings could be in by Tuesday May 20th so that they can be properly displayed. We shall try our best to include late entries but we cannot guarantee to do so.

EACH CHILD WHO ENTERS IS INVITED TO WALK AT THE FRONT OF THE PROCESSION WITH THE MAYOR AND MAYORESS.

 THE PROCESSION LEAVES THE TOWN HALL AT 10.00 am.
 CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT.