New North Road holds the following events.
Our Sunday morning service provides an opportunity for people of all ages to come together to worship God. We strive to offer a blend of contemporary songs and traditional hymns, informality and formality, spontaneity and structure. Worship is lead by our minister and our music group. The service includes a sermon which relates the Christian message to everyday life.
After the first 30 minutes of worship together the children go to their own age-appropriate groups in Junior Church
Communion is included in the worship on the third Sunday morning of each month. All Christian believers are invited to receive bread and wine to remember the death of Jesus.
Refreshments are served in the church café after the service, providing an opportunity to meet and chat with other members of the congregation.
The evening service offers more opportunity for reflection and meditation than the morning’s ‘busy’ service. A smaller group of people usually meet in the church café. We have a variety of styles of worship, always centred around the Bible. Communion is included in the service on the first Sunday evening of each month.
A drop-in centre for refugees and asylum seekers is held in the church basement from 10.30am. This includes a free hot meal, support and friendship, games, and from 12noon, informal English classes at various levels.
Tuesday – 2012 Circle (alternate weeks)
2012 is a friendship meeting with a shared lunch, various speakers and an opportunity to make new friends. All are welcome.
On the first Saturday of each month, for about an hour from 9.30am, we meet to pray for the church family and for the needs of the town, our country and our world.
Home Groups – small groups for fellowship and Bible study, with discussion and prayer as an integral part. There are 6 or 7 of these groups, on various days of the week and various times of day. Some are held at church, and others in different parts of Huddersfield. This network is always expanding. Please contact us for further details.
Alpha Courses are an opportunity to explore the meaning of life and are held regularly at NNR.
Regular Prayer Days or half-days are held for special needs. Often these are related to key times in the Alpha programme, when prayers specifically for this outreach are offered.
Our music group lead the music in our Sunday services. They meet each week to practice and prepare and for fellowship and prayer.