Tuesday, 27 November 2018


Dear Christians Together for Chesterfield,

I am organising another Prayer Day in Killamarsh and after the previous one was encouraged to enlarge it by inviting churches in NE Derbyshire and Rother Valley to join us.  This is  a note for you to put the date in your diaries....

Rother Valley and N E Derbyshire Gathering
February 23rd. 2019
Guest Speaker Dr. Tony Stone, Evangelist
Meeting at Killamarsh Junior School
11.00a.m. to 3.00p.m.

 Everyone welcome.

Dr. Tony Stone
Dr. Tony Stone was the founder/director of ‘Team Support Ministry’, now Ten:Two Trust, from which he has retired. He has handed over the reins to Joshua Raybould.
He is a member of the board of Trustees for Christ for all Nations and therefor a close friend of both Reinhard Bonnke and Daniel Kolenda.
His first ministry was as Assistant Pastor at the City Mission, Chester where he began to develop his evangelistic ministry, visiting Coffee bars and dance halls to share the Gospel.
He married Sheila in 1961 and they have two children and seven grandchildren. The couple worship in their local church at Brierley Hill.
During his early years he worked with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and in particular on all the European crusades with Dr Graham.
Through his vast experience it means he has developed into a very relevant and inspirational speaker for the church today, having also travelled to over forty nations sharing  the Gospel message.

Yours in Christ,

David Taylor (Church on the Street, Killamarsh)

Monday, 19 November 2018


The incredible story of the ten Boom's, a devoted Christian family who felt they couldn't just watch the devastating circumstances of the Jews so they acted and set out on an incredible rescue mission. This led to Corrie and her sister being imprisoned in the Second World War.

The production focuses on God's influence on Corrie's life and how God gave her the strength and means to do his work in terrible circumstances. It is the story of God's love and hope in an environment of darkness and brutality.

"What a powerful performance showing how God's love can overcome hatred and evil - it's an inspiration to us all"


You may know of us and know we're based at St Thomas' Church and have been feeding the homeless from our converted library bus since 2004.

We are in dire need of a replacement bus and are making an appeal to the Aviva Community Fund for money to achieve this. You may have seen the article on this in last week's Derbyshire times?

The choice of which charities to support is made by Aviva based on public vote, which ends this coming Tuesday, 20th November. I would like to appeal to all the congregations of all the churches in Chesterfield to support us.  I would be very grateful as it will be our last chance to increase our vote, to ensure our good work can continue

How to vote:

2) 'Register to vote'
3) 'Register now'

4) Search project titles and organisation - enter Church On The Bus

Another route is to go to https://www.avivacommunityfund.co.uk/voting/project/view/4-1127#plus, but it might direct you to a page to register first. They will only accept someone to vote once they have registered, which involves giving their name and email address. You then have 10 votes and you could use all 10 votes for us!

Many thanks,

Bob Littlewood
Church on the Bus