Plans for Easter Saturday

On Saturday 20th April, there will be a Bring and Share tea at 5pm followed by a time of worship and body life from 6.30 pm. We are wanting to make this a time when we can share our inspirations and so we would like to hear testimonies of God’s work in our Northamptonshire church.

If you have written a poem or a song recently, please bring it along and share it with us. If you have a scripture on your heart or something else you have read, please bring that along too. It would be helpful if you could let Elaine Baker know if you do have something to bring at elaine.baker@nulljesus.org.uk.

There will be a time for worship and prayer and the exercise of the gifts of the spirit,

We want to make it a time of life and power.

What we’re doing over Easter

Wednesday 17th April – Northampton Jesus Centre

“Risen” The powerful dramatisation of the story of a Roam Centurion searching for the truth about the risen Jesus (Starring Joseph Fiennes, Certificate 12)
7.30 pm, Main Auditorium,  (Café open for refreshments)

Friday 19th April – Bugbrooke Chapel

Meditation on the Cross Event with Songs and Music from 7.00 pm

Saturday 20th April – Bugbrooke Chapel

2.30 pm to 3.45 pm Easter Hymn Sing – followed by refreshments

5.00 pm to 6.30 pm Bring and Share Tea

6.30 pm Broken Body – Living Body. Life from from the Body of Christ – New Wine / New Wineskin.

Sunday 21st April – Northampton Jesus Centre

11.00 am – He is Risen – A Celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ and what it means for us

6.30 pm – Heart – A lively evening for those wanting to explore the Christian faith

Truck festival

A team of us attended the Truck Festival in Oxfordshire. This was our second year there and we were eager to build on last years experiences.

The wind and rain made the camping conditions quite challenging but our spirits were not dampened and we found a great team unity.

We had a steady flow of visitors to our FREE HEALING tent and we were able to talk and pray with many people during the three days. There was a genuine curiosity as to why we were camping in a muddy field, having paid for our pitch and offering our time and prayers completely free of charge. It was a great opportunity to speak about our faith and listen to people share about themselves.

We prayed for approx 70-80 people during our time there and witnessed to many more. Nineteen people reported some measure of healing and many more were blessed by the kindness and compassion we were able to show.

We did meet a few people from last year and were encouraged to find that people’s lives had changed in positive ways.

This was truly a harvest fi eld of souls and it was a privilege to be God’s ambassador in the mission field.