Experience, enjoy, share and proclaim the transforming love of God
It's great to welcome you and introduce all that is happening in and around our wonderful church centre in the heart of Rugby.
Join us to visit the stable complete with donkey! Enjoy a warming cup of hot chocolate, a chance to be part of the nativity scene, and a chance to have your photo taken with the donkey, or to make some Christmas crafts.
A service for anyone who struggles with the Christmas season.
A magical service of celebration with carols and readings, followed by hot drinks in the hall.
Communion service timed for the arrival of Christmas day in Bethlehem.
A short service with a twist.
Every Tuesday morning there will be an opportunity to put aside the busyness of the morning and come together for prayer. Everyone is welcome to attend this simple service, following the Celtic Daily Prayer Book from the Northumbria Community.
Can you knit? If so, we have a very simple pattern for a Christmas angel for you to try. Paddox Church would like as many as possible to distribute with seasonal messages. Pattern to knit or crochet available at RMCC.
For more information see http://www.christmasangel.net/ or contact Deacon Georgina.
Thank you to everyone for your generous gifts for Hope4 and Embrace. Click on the links to read about their work: Hope4 works with homeless and badly-housed people in Rugby; Embrace with women working on the streets in Coventry. Your kindness enables us to bring some of the joy of Christmas giving to those in need.
We are also overwhelmed by your lovely gifts for our CAP Christmas hampers, which will be given to CAP clients. CAP, Christians Against Poverty, is a charity which helps people in debt.
Our Youth Group took on 24 hours of fundraising for Birmingham's Children's Hospital in memory of their friend Ollie. Starting at 7pm on Friday after a full day at school, they took on all sorts of challenges to raise money for the Hospital. They played badminton and football; they tested many of Rugby's chip shops; they had a beauty hour in the wee, small hours; they shopped in our local supermarket and cooked breakfast for all comers; they baked and they swam and finally cycled and walked round Draycote before enjoying a well deserved barbeque in the Country Park. You are all amazing!
Thank you to everyone who has supported the Group in any way.
We were delighted to welcome Rugby's Mayor, Cllr Mrs Sally Bragg (pictured here with Rev Jane), who officially opened the revamped Newbold on Saturday 1 October, with the help of the children and lots of balloons. This was the perfect way to celebrate the relaunch of the building and find out more about the groups that meet here and ways to get involved.
Lunches will be held from 12.30 - 2.30pm on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month:
12 December (Christmas lunch)
19 December (Children's activities)
Please contact Lucy if you are interested in volunteering.
Find out more here for information about the job club, honesty shop, Little Stars toddler group and so much more!
If you are new to our church, just visiting or need directions you can find lots of useful information here.
Contact details and forms for general queries are here....
The church building is available for hire and details are here...
RMCC is part of the Rugby and Daventry Methodist Circuit, comprising 12 churches: Bilton, Broadwell, Christ Church, Daventry, Dunchurch, Grandborough, Long Lawford, Lutterworth, Newbold, Paddox, RMCC and Wesley Road at Duffy Place.
Rev Andy Hardwick is our Superintendent Minister, supported by Rev Jane Gaffney, Rev Charity Madenyika and Deacon Georgina Brooks.
RMCC is part of the Methodist Church in Britain. Visit their website here.
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