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We use three lenses to guide in in our work and in our living. We use them for the life of Northfield and we encourage you to use these three lenses in all that you do every day:
As winter settles in, may you experience a warm welcome today.
A special word of welcome to Rowan and Sharon Rogers. Rowan will be sharing the weekend with the Leadership looking at the role of Church in Society today, as well as leading our services in the Sanctuary on Sunday.Rowan and Sharon are from Port Elizabeth where Rowan serves the Newton Park Methodist congregation.
This weekend, we look at the story of Gideon and we pray that God will use his story…Continue
As we enter our second week of unlikely heroes, we pray that you may have already been inspired, motivated and challenged.
This week we look at two unlikely heroes, two men that we know very little about. They weren't the usual “big characters”, but rather they are thought by some to have been like “side kicks” to Moses. We will be looking at…Continue
Thank you for the article on the work Northfield Methodist Church is doing in Marikana.
The community of Marikana is facing a humanitarian crisis. It is this crisis that we as a church respond to – a response to the community of Marikana and not just the strikers of Marikana.
This point is well captured in the article but betrayed by the subtitle. In this community, there…Continue
Dear Friends, Warm greetings!
We begin our Winter Sermon Series this Sunday: UNLIKELY HEROES. The Bible is full of them! Repeatedly God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things.
We have so much to learn from them. We start with those three young men in the book of Daniel-Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego-as well as Daniel himself. We trust that as we enter into the remarkable stories of these lives that God will speak a hopeful and life-giving word to each of us.