Doncaster Evangelical Church

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


Read our Testimonies

Our Fellowship is made up of people from varying background and experiences.  We thought you might like to learn a little more about us, how we came to trust in the Lord and what the fellowship means to us as people and families.

Alan and Jacquie

We have been a part of Doncaster Evangelical Church since before our marriage.  Then later as we began, and expanded, our family we brought them into the fellowship going through crèche and Sunday School whilst joining in with the various youth and family activities.  continue…

Janet

I don’t know how I reached forty without thinking about God but I did.  In fact I didn’t start thinking about God, rather God got into my thinking.  continue…

Hannah

I come from a Roman Catholic background, my family and I attended church on a regular basis and when I grew up I married my husband who was also Roman Catholic and we still continued going to church.  It wasn’t until I was in my forties that I started to question my standing before God and this began to trouble me.  continue…

John

I always thought that I was a Christian and if you had asked me at any time before the end of 2015, I would have said just that.  “Yes, I’m a Christian.”  This is my story as I told it at my Believers Baptism.  continue…

 Christine

I was first taken to Sunday School at the age of three at a Methodist church near Leeds and as I got older started going to church twice on Sundays.  Both my parents went to church and they encouraged me to read the Bible from an early age, I had my own Children’s Bible Reading Notes.  continue…