Join us from 10.15am this Sunday - 10th of December - for our Christmas family service for singing, mince pies, games and Christmas fun! At the Performing Arts Building, Richard Rose Central.
We will not be meeting at the Performing Arts Building on December 17th, 24th and 31st. There will be Christmas coffee mornings happening on some of the Sundays, so get in touch with Tim if you'd like to come along. We will be back for normal Sundays from the 7th of January 2024.
Friday 19th January 2024 at the CVS Building in Shaddongate, in aid of the Carlisle Foodbank.
For all the quiz fans out there - escape the January blues with a night of relaxed quizzing! For fans of House of Games, there will be lots of familiar fun - for those who don't, expect a relaxed night of quizzing!
Tickets are free - there will be a box for food or cash donations for the Carlisle Foodbank on the night. Winter can be really hard months for lots of people and so we are really looking forward to gather to have some fun and give some food to give away and we're so pleased to be collecting for the Carlisle Foodbank at the Quiz. The Foodbank are looking for the items listed below or there will be a donations tin for cash if you'd prefer.
- UHT Milk
- Tinned fish, meat, fruit or vegetables
- Instant mash
- Tinned spaghetti or Tinned ravioli
- Pasta Sauce or Curry Sauce
- Tinned Tomatoes
- Tinned Rice Pudding
- Tea and Coffee
- Instant Noodles/Pot Pasta
- Fruit Squash
- Toiletries/Cleaning Items
Get in touch with Tim or on Facebook to reserve your seats on the tables!
1st-2nd of March 2024 - Students and 20s event in Milton Keynes.
For people across the newfrontiers family of churches, Project is a 24hour conference for students, 20s, Millennials and GenZs to come and be equipped, encouraged and to worship the living God. Project24 is all about confidence and all that we have to be confident about. Confidence to approach God, to be who we are called to be, to stand out from the crowd and to take our place in the world.
See more info on the website here: Project 24 - Home (projectstudents20s.com) or the ChristCentral blog post here: ChristCentral Churches | News, Articles and Stories
16th March 2024 in Stoke On Trent
For anyone who works in, enjoys or cares about the arts and creativity, this ChristCentral day is for you! ChristCentral's Creativity group, Kaleidoscope is holding it's second festival; celebrating the impact of creativity through ChristCentral. Martin Charlesworth will be the main speaker and the theme will be The Importance of Creativity. Come along and be encouraged!
There's more info on the ChristCentral blog here: christcentralchurches.org/events/inc-modal.php?event_id=238
We have two mid-week small groups running at the moment, meeting for sharing, prayer, encouragement, teaching and fun in different people’s homes.
We'd love to have you take part in our small groups. If you are interested in joining one of the groups, get in contact with Tim.
Sunday morning update - we won't be meeting this Sunday (5th of June 2022), feel free to join in the Jubilee Celebrations across the city! We will be back as normal at Richard Rose Central Performing Arts Centre the following week (12th of June) - see you then!
Hi everyone, due to the bad weather (again) we are postponing the picnic tomorrw, but are suggesting meeting at Tullie house 11.30am instead.
If you know of anyone who was planning to attend the picnic, could you please let them know. Thanks .
Have a lovely time everyone.
We are pleased to say that we meet at the Performing Arts Building, Central Academy on Sundays from 10.15am - we'd love you to join us! You can check out our contact page for directions or to contact us with any queries or questions you may have about coming along.
Walk from Richard Rose parking to Performing Arts Building:
You can view the map here or watch the video below for guidance on how to get to the Performing Arts Building at Richard Rose Central Academy.
Letter from the Leadership Team:
As a leadership team we wanted to send out a message, with the latest coronavirus guidance for Churches. Our Friends at the Baptist Church have helped us with some of the legal information in this letter.
Firstly, we have really appreciated your support and understanding during this difficult and challenging last few months. Thanks for all the prayers, encouragement, and perseverance. I have personally been so encouraged by the love, support and trust in God that has been so evident amongst us!!
Under the new guidance there is no longer a requirement to socially distance or wear a face mask in the school building. Also, happy days!! - congregational singing is now permitted.
As Revive City Church, we have a legal responsibility to implement reasonable measures to lessen the risks of infection from covid-19. Because the Church is a family, we care for one another and feel the need to put a few things in place to protect the more vulnerable folk amongst us and those visiting us.
The leadership team have put their heads together and created a plan for the next 6 weeks- starting from Sunday 1st August, and to be reviewed the 7th of September:
Thanks again for all your support and love, please continue to be patient with each other as we seek to move forwards into the mission and blessing God has got for us.
Prayer is vital to the life of the church and something we value highly at Revive. We have weekly prayer meetings and also meet to pray at Carlisle Cathedral followed by a coffee at Tullie House. Get in touch if you have any prayer requests or would like to come along to one of our prayer meetings.
from Revive City Church