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NewSong Community Church June 2014

We meet in the church that was built as a  Methodist Chapel in 1833.

In 1988 the Bromsgrove Church of Christ (later known as Bromsgrove Christian Church) began meeting here as a church plant from East 91st Street Church in Indianapolis.

The church was re-launched  in  November 2000 as NewSong Community Church, and became well-known for its imaginative style of Sunday service ,with a mixture of lively worship, practical teaching and creative use of media.
 
In 2009, John Notman became our Minister, and has continued to develop the fellowship based on inspired teaching, creative worship, and love for people.
 

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NewSong Community Church June 2008


We meet in the church that was built for the Ebenezer Methodists and opened in 1933.

Recent history saw Orrel Battersby start the Bromsgrove Church of Christ in this building in 1988 as a church plant from East 91st Street Church in Indianapolis. BCC became Bromsgrove Christian Church a few years later but sadly, after Orrel left the church, numbers declined.

Then two American missionaries, Tom Faust and Larry Kineman, came to support the work and the church began to grow again. In 1997 Peter Billingham became Pastor and he started to introduce lots of new ideas. Sadly, the church declined to 17 people but along with a committed few, the church was re-launched as NewSong in 2000. NewSong became well known for its magazine style of Sunday service called ‘Rhythms of Life’, a mixture of lively worship, practical teaching and creative arts presentations. The church grew as many people found this approach related to their needs.

John Notman became the Minister in 2008 and has continued to develop the fellowship based on inspired teaching, creative worship, and love for people.


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