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Newcastle Church 紐卡素教會

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  About the Newcastle Church 紐卡素教會

 

 Services and Activities

 
Day Time Activity



Sabbath 12:00 - 12:30 Prayer
(Saturday) 12:30 - 12:45 Hymn Worship

12:45 - 13:45 Sabbath First Service 

13:45 - 14:15 Tea-break

14:15 - 14:30 Prayer

14:30 - 14:45 Hymn Worship

14:45 - 15:45 Sabbath Second Service 



Sunday 13:00 - 14:00  Youth-in-Society Class

14:00 - 15:00  Evangelical Planning Group

14:00 - 15:00 Sunday Service (once every two weeks)



Wednesday 13:00 - 14:00 Wednesday Service 

18:30 - 20:00 LIGHT Fellowship 



Friday 19:00 - 20:00 Friday Evening Service 

20:15 - 21:30  HOPE Fellowship 



Other Activities (ad hoc)




Sundays 11:45 – 13:00 Newly-baptised Class
Sundays  15:00 – 16:00 Choir
Sundays 11:30 – 15:00 Chinese School
Mondays 10:00 – 12:00 Bible Study 
Tuesdays  10:00 – 12:00 Bible Study
Wednesdays 
Evergreen Fellowship
Monthly
Sisters’ Fellowship
Monthly
Sisters’ Bible Reading Fellowship
 

 Introduction

 

In the Beginning

In 1972, Deacon Paul Tang moved to Newcastle. On 6th of August of the same year, Brother Shi-Hung Hsiao (now Deacon Roung-Kuang Hsiao) who had just completed his studies in Germany, and Brother Keith Hon paid a visit to the members in Newcastle. They encouraged the members there to gather together to worship God. In mid-September of the same year, Brother John Liew from Cambridge also visited Newcastle. He met with members from Newcastle and Sunderland, and after some discussion it was agreed that regular services would commence at a restaurant owned by one of the members. The place of worship was later moved to a rented hall.

Establishment of the Prayer House

On 11th February 1973, a Prayer House was established in Newcastle. There were approximately 200 members. When Deacon Cephas Yau from Kowloon visited the UK in 1975, he met with deacons and members in Newcastle to discuss the divine work. Later, the Prayer House in Newcastle set up a committee to implement the project of church building.

The First Church

Thank God, in October 1975, members found a church hall that was put up for sale by another local denomination. All the members tried their best to contribute, and over £10,000 was collected. The building was acquired with £11,500. Some members carried out the refurbishment of the building. This included the construction of benches and the pulpit. Consequently, the first True Jesus Church in the UK was dedicated to the Lord on 12th July 1976. This was also the first true church established in Europe, and the name of the Lord was greatly exalted.

The Second Church Dedication

With the blessing of God, membership continued to increase after the dedication , and the building was extended in 1981 in order to accommodate more classroom as result of the growth of Religious Education. Nonetheless, the church and classrooms soon became overcrowded. In 1986, members began to seek another location for the constructing of a new church building. Thanks to God's guidance, a plot of land (the present church location) was acquired for £100,000 in 1990. Construction commenced at the end of July 1991 and with God's help, was successfully completed within eight short months, by the end of March 1992. After spending a further few months for decoration, the new church premises was dedicated on 20th July 1992. The total cost exceeded £850,000. More than eight years have passed since the dedication and with more members migrated from Hong Kong and other parts of the UK, together with the newly baptised members, the Newcastle Church now has over 750 registered members, 18 ministers (11 deacons, 7 deaconesses) making her the largest church in the UK in terms of membership. 

 

 Schools and Universities

 

 

Universities

  • Newcastle University
  • ​Northumbria University

University campuses and local student accommodation​ are all within walking proximity of Newcastle TJC. There are regular youth fellowships held across the week designed to encourage cultivation and fellowship amongst brethren.  
 
 
 

 Newcastle Church

 
 

 Directions and Transportation

 
By Car
 
Newcastle church is located behind the Biscuit Factory just off the A167(M) Newcastle Central Motorway southbound exit B1309.

By Bus or By Foot
 
​There are many bus services from the City Centre which is 10-15 minutes walking distance from Newcastle Church. Stagecoach service No.1 stops near to Newcastle church.

By Metro

​There are several Metro stations within proximity of Newcastle church located in the map shown.

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