Newhaven Church ceilidh - 16th November 2013

Church ceilidh – Saturday 29th November

Newhaven Church ceilidh - 16th November 2013

Back by popular demand, our next Church ceilidh will be held on Saturday 29th November from 7:30pm.  We will have a pot luck pudding during the band’s break, so feel free to bring along some pud!

Admission is free but there will also be a voluntary retiring collection for Kampi Disabled Children’s Trust in Kenya. To find out more about Kampi come along to our service next Sunday (23rd November 2014) where we will have an overview of the work at the childcare centre.

Image of Newhaven Lighthouse at dusk

05/05/13 sermon – Advancing the Kingdom of Heaven (Luke 18:15-17) – and an overview of Kampi

A few months ago, as a Church we committed to support financially Kampi Disabled Children’s Childcare Centre in Kenya.  Kampi will be well known to many of you as it’s where Georgie from our congregation spent a long time in her career serving God and serving disabled children.

On Sunday 5th May 2013, in our All Age service, we were fortunate to have a presentation from Georgie and Rosemary on the Kampi Disabled Childcare Centre in Kenya.  To hear the Georgie and Rosemary’s presentation on Kampi, please click on the player below or alternatively right click on this link to download the presentation to your computer.

Colin MacNeill then considered Luke 18:15-17 and how we need to take off our pride, and become like children, humble and helpless before God; and advance the Kingdom of Heaven by helping one another. To hear the sermon, please click on the player below, or alternatively right click on this link to download the sermon to your computer.

To see the Bible reading online, please follow this link to Luke 18:15-17 on the BibleGateway website.

5th May 2013 – Retiral collection for Kampi Disabled Children’s Childcare Centre

A few months ago, as a Church we committed to support financially Kampi Disabled Children’s Childcare Centre in Kenya.  Kampi will be well known to many of you as it’s where Georgie from our congregation spent a long time in her career serving God and serving disabled children.

Our All Age service on Sunday 5th May 2013 will be looking at Children, and as part of that service, Georgie and one of her colleagues, Rosemary, will talk to us about Kampi.  At the end of the service we will be holding a retiral collection for Kampi Disabled Children’s Centre.