We’re moving to our new website…

Thanks to lots of hard work behind the scenes, we have a new website up and running. This website will soon be discontinued, and you will find us at our new site, emmanuelchurchnorthstowe.org Do have a look...

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About Northstowe

The UK’s first new town in 50 years is being built just north of Cambridge. 10,000 new homes, new schools, new parks, new shops, new transport links into Cambridge… a whole new community. Where is Northstowe? Northstowe is going to be built between Longstanton and Oakington, with the guided busway to the East. The first phase... Continue Reading →

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A new church

Grace Church Cambridge is planting a new gospel-centred church at the heart of Northstowe, right from the beginning. We’re gathering a group of people from Grace and other Cambridge churches to plant a new church in Northstowe in 2018. If you’d like to find out more and explore being part of that group, please contact... Continue Reading →

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Josh Monteiro

Josh is currently an Assistant Pastor at Grace Church and is leading the new church plant from Grace in 2018. He has also recently been appointed the Course Director of the Training for East Anglia Mission (TEAM) course. Josh was previously an assistant pastor near Bristol, and has also worked as a UCCF staffworker in Oxford and... Continue Reading →

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Coming soon… Emmanuel Church Northstowe

Over the last couple of months, the group gathering from a number of Cambridge churches has made some big steps forward. We have a new name...  Emmanuel Church Northstowe We have a committed team... currently 27 adults We have people moved/ moving into the area... including Josh and Karuna We have a target start period...... Continue Reading →

An area with a fascinating Christian heritage…

"In Oakington, close to the churchyard, is a private burial ground containing the graves of three vicars who later became known as the Oakington Martyrs.  The site is preserved today as a memorial to non-conformist Protestantism." "The Reverends Francis Holcroft and Joseph Oddy were 17th century pioneers of the non-conformist movement, and known as the... Continue Reading →

Church planting gathering

The Northstowe church planting group had its first gathering of people from different churches on October 1st. The group of about 26 adults were encouraged from Matthew 16:13-28 that Jesus is the one who builds the church on feeble people who confess Jesus as King and see the priority of the cross. The group also... Continue Reading →

Northstowe plant recognised by FIEC

Although the new church for Northstowe is only embryonic, it is already connected to other churches in the UK.   The Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (FIEC) has recognised us as a church plant. The FIEC is a national grouping of over 500 independent churches that want to enjoy fellowship with other gospel centred (evangelical) churches.... Continue Reading →

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