St Margaret's Church
We are a small congregation on a Sunday morning with a big village heart. Our 100 club has been running for 13 years, supported by more than 50 villagers, showing the importance the community feels for St. Margaret's. Our Harvest Festival, Christmas and Easter services are well attended, as are our Harvest Suppers and other fund-raising events.
St. Margaret's supporters play an instrumental part in generating funds to keep the church running, as well as showing village care socially and responsibly. There are many church events that actively welcome all villagers.
Church breakfasts, the distribution of Mothering Sunday flowers and cards, travelling suppers, Christmas carol singing, drinks parties and other events always welcome the wider community into the church circle. This ensures that St. Margaret's Church building is just one aspect of the life of the church within Newton village, that all are welcome and welcomed when living in the community and any financial support offered is much appreciated, but the care of the community is our top priority.
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Visit our What's On page for a full list of services events in our three churches.
The Newton choir gathers to sing at Christmas, Easter and Harvest. We sing a traditional repertoire in four part harmony with organ accompaniement.
Everyone is welcome to join us and we rehearse in church on Sunday evenings in the weeks leading up to each festival.
For more information please contact Joe Oakes.
FRIENDS OF ST MARGARET'S
The Friends of St. Margaret’s is a fund-raising small lottery, raising money for the maintenance of St Margaret’s Church.
We currently have 37 members and hold a monthly draw for a prize of £40. Anyone in the village is encouraged to take part please contact Nina Kay at email@example.com or telephone 01223 872384. It costs £1 a week, paid as you wish, quarterly, annually and we welcome all Newton Residents regardless of faith or none.
We thank all those who contribute to the care of the Church by giving freely of their time, helping with cleaning and arranging flowers and especially those who support our community fundraising events. The PCC appreciates that individual financial circumstances differ. You can give to St. Margaret’s in various ways:
collections at services
regular giving through standing order
Gift Aid donation