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BRINNINGTON COMMUNITY CHURCH

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We are an Independent Evangelical Christian Church and affiliated to the Church Planting Initiative. 

We are a registered charity number 1161525.

What's Brinnington Community Church All About?

We are people just like you. We’re all on a journey of faith.

Many of us have found that God has given us the answers to every spiritual question in Jesus Christ. Others are still checking Jesus out – to find out if He really is who He said He was, The Son of God…

We’re people who have found out that God didn’t send Jesus to the rich, the powerful and the elite, but to the poor, the hurting, the lost and the weary.

We want to share the good news that no matter what you're like, or who you are, Jesus loves you and wants to make a difference in your life. It is Jesus who has made the difference in us and He will do the same for you - so why not come by and check us out?

 As Pastor Martin says -

“Church should not just be a Sunday gathering where we sit by people we don’t really know and go through the motions of a religious ceremony. It is meant to be a dynamic, living body where the pastor is involved with the lives of the members, who are helping each other to find their way to God, and to find God's purpose for their lives. The church is a community growing together to become more like Jesus.”

 

Jesus came… To preach good news to the poor, to bind up the broken hearted, to proclaim freedom for those held captive and release for those in darkness.

He came that you might have life in all its fullness...   He came for you.

Isaiah 61:1                                                                                                  John 10:10

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