Featured Article


We are IN CHURCH every Sunday, 10.30am.

Hi folks. Please get involved in ANY of the below…

Mondays, 7.30pm-8.30pm, Monday Home Group.

Tuesdays, 10am-11.30am Tots, (babies-reception)

Tuesdays, 1.30pm-3.30pm, White Heather Support Group, fortnightly.

Tuesday, 4pm-5pm, Prayer Engine. (check venue)

Wednesdays, 10am-11.30am, Bible Study

Thursdays, 10.30am-11.30am, Coffee morning.

Thursdays, 7pm-8pm, Your Youth Club YYC, (Yr.6-Yr.9)

Fridays, 10am, Friday Home Group

Hi. We are a friendly mixed group. We love God, people, and want a church without walls where everyone is valued, welcomed and listened to. We are around 40 attendees with stuff happening pretty much every day…

Our church name is that this is a ‘New Day’ for us, a fresh beginning in our worship and service to God and the community.
We offer the full range of formal services including “Infant Dedication”, “Adult Baptism”, “Funerals”, “Christian Marriage”, listening opportunities and home visits. We love God. It’s as simple as that!

Contact: Pastor: Andy McManus  ‘The Manse’ 29 High Street, Morton
andymcmanus99@gmail.com, Mobile: 07931 652 718

Mrs. Julie Hamilton

The funeral of our beloved Julie HAMILTON will be held at New Day Baptist church at 2pm, Monday 26th February 2024.

This is an open service of thanksgiving, and dress is bright and informal.

The service will be followed by drinks & refreshments at ‘The Robin Hood and Little John pub’, Aslackby, NG34 0HL.

Prayers needed for CAMI in DRC (Feb 6th)

For Security
We have received requests for prayer from our men in Lubumbashi who are experiencing extreme security issues. It is not just a local problem, it is something which is prevalent throughout Congo, especially in the main towns. There is no control, as police are afraid for their own lives. Almost every night raiders enter houses in gangs, with machetes, knives and crowbars to break down doors, steal and cause harm. Some have guns, and shots are heard throughout the night. Many of the CAM workers have experienced these very frightening break-ins, even when they try their best to put up walls and security measures to protect their families. Needless to say, they are traumatised. They don’t sleep, hearing every little noise, but then must be up early to get to work and ‘function’. Their children are begging them to find a solution, eg, to leave for Zambia! In our comfortable UK homes, where crime is low, it’s easy to forget that there are people who are crying out to God for help. Please pray with them for peace and protection.

Bourne Salvation Army Christmas appeal.

Dear Churches Together in Bourne, As I am sure you are aware, this year, as with every year, Bourne Salvation Army are running the Christmas Appeal. Because we are supporting families in crisis, we aim to provide one main present for each child we are supporting. The main presents range from between £15 and £30, so as main presents go, they are not huge, but as this is possibly the only present they will get, we do like to try and make sure that each child has something lovely. In order to do this, we really need support from our community. We have put together an Amazon Wishlist which can be located here:


and we wondered if you would be able to share this link with your congregations and friends, to see if anyone would like to support our appeal. If anyone would like to support our families by buying a present from the list, they should simply click the link above, find the gift they want to purchase from the list, click ‘Add To Basket’, and check out. During check out, they can then choose to have it delivered straight to Bourne Salvation Army. I am sending this email today because the Black Friday sales are currently on, meaning that many of the gifts are at reduced prices this week. If people would like to support our appeal, now would be the best time to purchase with the current Black Friday deals. Of course, if anyone would prefer to buy a gift not from the list, they are welcome to do so. Any additional gifts will be shared out amongst the children. These can be dropped to Sally-Anne’s charity shop on West Street, Tuesdays – Saturdays 10am-4pm. The closing date for accepting gifts will be Friday 15th December. Cash and cheque donations can also be made there.