Old Newton Methodist Church, Chapel Road, Old Newton Suffolk, IP14 4PP
This 19th Century Church with its refurbished and contemporary designed sanctuary is the centre for a lively, active and welcoming Christian community of around 45 adults.
Times of Services: 10.45am and 6.30pm
Minister: Revd Rita Carr
Tel: 01449 259379
The adjoining hall acts as a focus for a wide range of activities in which the church serves the village community. On the first, third and fifth Tuesdays in the month there is a well attended ‘Pause for Prayer’ session at 10.15am followed by a Coffee Morning. On the first Tuesday of the month there is a lunch from 12.15 to 1.30pm.
Bible Study courses are held during Lent and at other times of the year. On occasional Friday evenings the church hosts and serves a meal. The atmosphere is warm, intimate and there is always a post-dinner speech or presentation. Other social events such as Quizzes, Barbecues and Strawberry Teas give more oppurtunity for outreach as well as fundraising.
Rooms are available for hire at Old Newton Methodist Church. Bookings can be made via the website (see link below).
All events are advertised in the Church Newsletter which is published monthly and circulated as widely as possible.
Youngsters are welcomed and encouraged.
We are pleased to announce that we are holding our very first session of ...
'Messy Church logo © The Bible Reading Fellowship 2018.
at Old Newton on Sunday 26th January at 3:00pm with: -
Messy Parable of the Lost Sheep
ALL ARE WELCOME. Children to be accompanied by an adult. There will be crafts - games - stories - finish with tea! Activities suitable for children up to 10 years.
For further details, please contact Rev Rita Carr - 01449 259379
(Please let us know if you, or your child, has any special dietary needs).
The church enjoys a very close relationship with the Parish Church.
The church has Powerpoint and digital projection facilities.
Keep up-to-date with what's happening at Old Newton Methodist Church on the Website: www.oldnewtonmethodistchurch.org.uk
Accessibility at Old Newton
The Methodist Church wishes to be an environment where all feel welcome and cared for. In order to allow for widest possible access, this church has the following facilities available:
- Wheelchair Accessible Access
- Accessible Toilet
- Large Print
There is always a great deal happening at Old Newton!
THE BIG BREAKFAST 2020 - Saturday 22nd February
Save the date to enjoy breakfast/brunch in good company!
Theme: "Here I am, Lord" - Isaiah 6: 8
At Assington Hall, Sudbury
On Saturday 14th March 2020, led by Rev Rita Carr.
A day to share together in a beautiful setting as we grow in faith.
Regular Activities at Old Newton:-
Pause for Prayer - 1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesdays. Pause for Prayer starts at 10:15am with Tea/Coffee from 10:30am. We pray for our village. Prayer requests of a particular or general nature are welcome. Anything of a confidential nature will not be disclosed.
Coffee Mornings - Do come for a chat and tea/coffee and some nibbles on the first and third Tuesday of the month, 10:30am - 12:00pm.
Tuesday Lunches - You are most welcome to join us for good company and a hot 2-course meal every first Tuesday of the month, 12:15pm - 1:30pm.
Look at the Book - 2nd Thursday. Tea and Coffee and a chat from 10:30am. The study runs from 11:00am - 12:00pm.
Women's Fellowship - All ladies are welcome to join us on the 4th Tuesday of the month from 2:00pm.
Craft Circle - 3rd Wednesday from 2:00pm. Needles and Natter - we have people giving demonstrations and the opportunity for you to "have a go" yourself at something you may not have tried before. Or you can bring your own project. There will be ample time for tea and a chat as well!
New - Bible Study!
From September, our minister Rita and husband Francis are offering to run a new Bible Study course once a month. This will be held on the 4th Monday of the month at the Manse at 7:30pm.
We are offering this for anyone with work or other commitments who are unable to attend a daytime Bible Study session.
The study we shall follow is the Circuit initiative "Talking Jesus", which we hope all study groups will use in September.
Please contact Francis or Rita if you would like to attend.