Emmanuel Group Of Churches
We aim to be a family of faith where there’s always room for one more. Our Group is a Local Ecumenical Partnership between the Church of England, the Methodist Church and the Baptist Union of Great Britain. Some people who are part of our family don’t identify with any of those labels. That’s fine too.
Whether you’re someone who has been a Christian for long time, or someone who is new to faith, curious about it, or thinks it is nonsense, everybody is welcome and we look forward to seeing you!
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Many of us will have been watching the news with horror and dread as we saw the advance of the Taliban following the pulling out
The latest edition of BERT, our bi-monthly Church magazine, is now available. Find out what has been happening in the life of the church. You
A few weeks ago at the meeting of Greater Northampton Deanery Synod there was a presentation regarding what Churches had been up to during Covid
In the Emmanuel Group of Churches we do our utmost to ensure that everyone in our community is kept safe. All staff and volunteers working with children and vulnerable adults must be safely recruited, DBS checked and undergo regular safeguarding training.
We also expect them to be fully conversant with the safeguarding policy. As a Group of Churches we have formed our approach to safeguarding in partnership with the Diocese of Peterborough You can read our policy below. It will be reviewed at the meeting of our trustees in June 2020.
If you wish to raise a safeguarding issue with us, please contact
Emmanuel Group of Churches
Further information about our Church’s approach to Safeguarding can be found by clicking the button below.
During the period in which many people are at home and/or in isolation we want to continue to serve the community. We will be putting up daily posts reflecting on Bible readings. We hope you find them helpful. On Sundays we will also be offering you service plans, songs to listen to and talks and sermons that we would have preached if we’d been having services face-to-face.
It might be that this season has caused you to have questions about life, hope and faith. We want to be honest and say that we have questions about life and faith too. That’s healthy and the only way we can get to good answers which help us is if we get there together, so if you have a question or would like to have a conversation with someone, please get in touch with us via the Contact Us page. We’d love to spend time with you.
If you have requests for prayer or want to tell us all a story relating an answer to prayer, we have a new Prayer and Praise Hub where you can do just that. You can find the site at www.emmprayer.co.uk
We will only share your requests or updates if you allow us to do so.
We will be adding material for people of all ages to worship and pray, whether on their own or together with others. This will all be found in the Worship section of this website.
A lot of things for young people will be happening in private groups on Facebook and Instagram. If you are a young person, or parent of a young person, please contact us and we will give you more information about those aspects of our life together.
If you would like to donate to the Church during this period to support the work we are continuing to do in our community, you can do by clicking here. We are hugely grateful for any support you may choose to give.
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If you're looking for a room for a meeting, for your group to meet, or even if you are seeking a venue for your Church to worship in, get in touch. We might have the space that is just the right size for you.