Regular Weekly Activities
Sunday - Church Service (including Junior Church) at the School
Monday - Evening Prayer Meeting at the Olive Branch
Tuesday - TNT (Truth'N'Teenagers) at the Community Centre
Wednesday - Pensioners Lunch at the Olive Branch, Residential Home Services at various places, Home Groups
Thursday - Olive Shoots at the Community Centre, Home group at various homes
Friday - Dynamites at the Community Centre
Sunday - Church Service
Our service is held at 10:30 in the hall of Brixworth Primary School, Froxhill Crescent, Brixworth, NN6 9BG. Communion is held on the third Sunday of each month.
Children are present for the first half of the service and then normally go to separate groups unless it is a family service.
Creche - Up to Reception
Junior Church - Years 1 to 5
Bible Class -Year 6 and above
Wednesday - Residential Home Services
For those who are not mobile and cannot attend the Sunday service, a service is held between 11:00 and 12:00 at several residential homes.
Pychley Court Care Home:
3rd Wednesday of the month.
Boniface Care Home & Saxon House:
To be resumed shortly
The residents get a special service given by a small dedicated team of caring church members.
Thursday - Olive Shoots
Held at the hall in the community centre between 10:00 and 11:30, this is an opportunity for Parents, carers and their babies (0-3yrs).
A fun, safe and relaxed place where you can make new friends.
Toys, Rhyme Time and Story.
Olive Shoots latest information
Monday - Prayer Meeting
Held in the Olive Branch in the Community Centre at 19:30 on a Monday evening. Fellowship and prayers. Occasionally we are joined by members of other churches in Northamptonshire.
Members meetings are held quarterly with an AGM each springtime.
Wednesday/Thursday - Home Groups
There are five Home groups which are held at various times over Wednesday and Thursday to enable as many people as possible to be able to attend. Fun, fellowship and of course Bible study and prayer.
More information on Home Groups
Wednesdays - Pensioners Lunch
A lunch for around 30 pensioners is prepared and served in the Olive Branch at 12:15. Cost for the meal is £5.00 per person and there is currently a short waiting list for places. (Contact The Olive Branch.)
A short message and Grace is said before the meal begins.
Tuesday - TNT (Truth 'N' Teenagers)
Held in the hall at the Community Centre at 19:30 on Tuesday evenings.
This is an opportunity for teenagers to explore Christianity in a relaxed atmosphere with their friends and have fun and games while praising the Lord.
TNT Latest Information
Friday - Dynamites
is a children's after school club held at the community centre for 5 to 7 year old's (Juniors) from 17:00 to 18:00 and 8 to 11 year old's (Seniors) from 18:15 to 19:15. Cost is 50p per child per session.
The children enjoy fun, free play, organised games and a Bible message. The juniors also have some time doing craft.
Dynamites latest information
Other Regular Activities Held during the Year
Holiday Club / Sports Reach
During the Easter and Summer school holidays, we open up the school for a few days to run a holiday club. Sometimes there are over 100 children attending.
The kids have sports, games, craft and a bible message each day and a big presentation on the last day showing their skills to the parents.
This year we teamed up with Sports Reach and ran a soccer and netball school for almost 50 kids during the Easter holiday.
Holiday Club latest information
In June, Brixworth Community Church held it’s second men’s breakfast of the Year. After the most amazing free cooked breakfast, Prof Chris Collins from John Moore’s University answered the question, ‘The world we live in: randomly evolved or intelligently designed?’ The Olive Branch Coffee Shop was full to capacity and Chris (Head of research of Astro-physics) spoke really well on a very interesting topic. Chris concluded (with stunning photos) that there is strong evidence for intelligent design. Perhaps the Christian faith, and science do not have to be at odds with each other after all? The Church will be looking to run another men’s breakfast come October, keep an eye out for the details.
Next Mens Breakfast date to be advised
Good Friday Walk of Witness 2022
Good Friday saw us join with Brixworth’s All Saints Church to remember the Crucifixion of Jesus. Why Good? Friday, you might ask. It is Good because by Jesus dying it meant that we ordinary folk who believe in Him can ask through prayer to have our sins taken away. So when we die we will spend eternity with Him.
We met outside the Library and heard a Bible reading about Jesus’s crucifixion then sang an Easter hymn, before walking behind a cross to the Pound green where again we heard a Bible reading and sang. Then walked on to the Church where we met outside with 3 symbolic crosses where Rev. Chloe and Pastor Andy shared with us the Easter story and gave us opportunity to write a confession of something in our lives that needed forgiveness, and literally nail it to the centre cross as we asked God for forgiveness. Afterwards we repaired to the Church Hall for Hot Cross buns and a warm drink.
On Remembrance Day we all meet at the Community Centre and march in procession together with the Scouts, Beavers, Cubs, Girl Guides, U3A and other organisations to All Saints Church.
This is in honour of the brave men and women of our armed forces who have fallen in the various conflicts around the world.
At All Saints Church, there is a combined service between our Pastor and the Vicar of All Saints and then afterwards a ceremony of laying wreaths of poppies and small crosses is held at the War Memorial in the churchyard.
Samaritans Purse Shoe Boxes
Things have changed this year for us with the shoebox appeal, we are now a drop off point. People can still leave their shoeboxes at the community centre as normal, but the boxes will now be processed in Coventry. This is still a great cause that helps millions of children across the world. Big thanks to you all, we hope you will continue to support this worthy course.
Christmas Outdoor Nativity December 19th 2020
One Sunday, before Christmas, the church holds a Nativity outside the Community Centre/Library with several hundred people attending. Last year the Police blocked the road and diverted traffic for safety.
The program varies but includes music, carols, Bible reading, sermons and a costumed drama with church members and several children as the cast. We usually have the loan of a donkey for realism. Please watch your step afterwards.
If you would like more information, please contact Andy or one of the Leadership Team at one of the above locations.
Alternatively you can contact us via the website.