our church

We believe God has made Himself known through His Son, Jesus Christ.

 

Jesus has made it possible for us to know God as Heavenly Father. He did this by dying on the Cross.

 

God proved the truth of all Jesus did by raising Him from death.

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God’s Holy Spirit has been sent to guide us to this truth and help us live for Him, filling us with the life and love of God Himself.

 

 

 

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Thy Kingdom Come

14th - 18th May 2018

In partnership with the other churches in Lutterworth, our church will be open each day for prayer between 9am and 9 pm, Monday to Thursday, and 9am to 4pm Friday of this week in May.

 

Come as often and for as long or short as you like or are able.

 

At 7pm Friday we will meet at the Methodist Church for a joint service celebrating Pentecost.

 

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40th Church Anniversary 20th May 2018

This year is our 40th year of witness to the town of Lutterworth and the villages

 

We would love you to join us in our celebrations that day.

 

10.30am Morning Celebration

 

4.30 pm Faith/Bring and Share Tea

 

6.30pm Evening Celebration

 

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Worship Leading (L) & Preaching (P) Schedule for May 2018

 

May 06th  AM  L - June & Mick Gray

                       P - Stephen Smith

 

PM L - June & Mick Gray

       P - Andrew Crawley

 

May 13th  AM  L - Tim Radford

                       P - Alan Thomas

 

PM L - Tim Radford

       P - Alan Thomas

 

May 20th                              Church

                AM  L - Worship Team

                       P - Alan Thomas

 

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PM L - Worship Team

       P - Alan Thomas

 

May 27th AM  L - Tim Radford

                       P - Alan Thomas

 

PM L - Tim Radford

       P - Alan Thomas



 

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 Healing Service

From time to time we have dedicated Healing Services. However we are prepared for prayers of healing at each of our services when the need arrises.

 

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We follow the practice of Believers' Baptism, first seen in the New Testament, where people are baptised because they want to let people know they believe in Jesus Christ as their Saviour and Lord and want to follow Him in their lives.

 

Baptism is by full immersion, that is, the candidate goes fully under the water. This is symbolic of Jesus dying and being placed in the tomb. When the person comes back out of the water (they aren't held under too long!) they are declaring they want to live the new life in the same power that raised Jesus from the dead.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A week in the Life of ...Us.

 

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You are more than welcome to meet with us at one or all of our services.

 

 

 

On Sunday we meet for Worship at 10.30am and 6.30pm. When the need arises we will have a Baptismal Service, usually in the evening. It is an opportunity for a candidate to profess their belief in Jesus as their Saviour and their desire to follow Him.

 

On Tuesday evenings at 7.30pm we meet for Bible Study and Prayer, finishing at 9pm

 

On Thursday evenings we meet at 7.30pm, for an hour, to pray especially for the town of Lutterworth and the surrounding villages.

 

On occasions our women meet for coffee and chat at 11am. The dates are published in our monthly newsletter and announced from the pulpit.

 

During the summer months we have coffee morning on a Friday starting at 10am. Look out for the board outside the front door of the church!

 

Once a month the men meet for breakfast on a Saturday morning. Venue and date announced from the front and in our monthly Newsletter.

 

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If you wish to contact someone from the church, for whatever reason, please get in touch with our Pastor Alan Thomas.

Alan's email is pastor@chapelstreetlutterworth.co.uk

 

 

Our address is:

Chapel Street Christian Fellowship (AOG),

Chapel Street,

Lutterworth

LE17 4EU

UK

Registered Charity: 1051889