Doncaster Evangelical Church

Jesus said, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me."


New Year’s Day Walk

Don’t forget for those wanting to blow off the cobwebs there will be a church walk on New Year’s Day leaving from Elsecarr Heritage Centre.  Meet up in the car park for 10:30 and enjoy a 5 mile walk.  Don’t forget to bring along a packed lunch with you and there will be a welcome afterwards at David & Jenny’s.

Weekly Activities

The official Christmas break is upon us and this week saw our weekly activities meet for the last time in 2018, except Golden Outlook which will continue for one more week.

Don’t forget that if you want to find out when they will be restarting again in January you can either check out the Events Calendar or keep up to date via our Facebook Page @DoncasterEvangelicalChurch.

Christmas Message from our Pastor

Another Christmas! How did that arrive so quickly? It only seemed that last week it was summer!

Are we ready for Christmas? There always seems to be so much to plan, sort, & arrange; to buy, wrap & write; to cook, eat & drink, then it still seems we have to rush out and get that which we have forgotten – food, presents, cards, wrapping paper…

As we prepare for Christmas there are also the stresses and strains of trying to make this Christmas a memorable one, a good one, a perfect one, wanting to keep everyone happy, healthy and harmonious.

Personally, for us in our home, there is also the added pressure of preparing my talks for all the Christmas meetings and activities we are holding to which you are all warmly invited.

One for the Christmas Craft evening (December 20th at 6:30pm); one each for the Sunday morning before Christmas and the Carol service (December 23rd at 10:45am & 5:30pm) and then the Christmas morning service (at 10am).

Thankfully people do not need some new sparkling insights or thoughts, as the wonder of the reason for Christmas is thrilling; if rightly understood. It is thrilling that the great God of heaven gave the best He had in heaven, as God the Son took to himself a real human body so He could be the Saviour of the world. The name “Jesus” means (as the angel told Joseph) “He shall save his people from their sins”. Christmas is all about the birth of the Rescuer from heaven, the one who came to rescue our world. The angels proclaimed this good news to the shepherds “Today in the town of David a Saviour has been born to you; he is Christ the Lord.”

I pray that in all the busyness and business of Christmas we will have time to remember the fullest meaning of Christmas and that we would all know God’s blessing on our loved ones as we go into 2019.

Carol Service

Come & Join the Celebration!

Sunday 23rd December

We welcome you all to our Carol Service.  Join along to carols old and new and hear the true story of Christmas

The service starts a little earlier than usual at 5:00pm, when we will start our singing outside before moving in to the main hall at half past.  There will also be refreshments afterwards.