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[pullquote]‘The Person Who Is Joined Together With The Lord Is One Spirit With Him’ — 1 Corinthians 6:17 (NLT)[/pullquote]

We are one spirit joined together with God and manifesting His power in our various ministries. The key thing is that God has called each of us together to serve and carry out the Call that He has placed upon our lives. As members and workers, we are all united as one body concerning the local church, New Covenant Church Wallington (NCCW). Receiving from one source God the Father, we find our roots in Jesus and flow in harmony in obedience to the Holy Spirit to produce a beautiful and blessed outcome to the glory of our King.


The 6 P’s
Just as there are many peas in a pod, each one of us is significant, important and essential to achieving the God ordained purpose for NCCW. I believe God is asking us to play our part towards the building of a glorious church and below are some of the ways it can happen.

Our Prayers Matter:

We must continue to intercede for the church locally and worldwide. As we stand in the gap with persistent, powerful prayer, we will see God’s Kingdom manifest in our midst. Ephesians: 6:18 – ‘With all prayer and petition, pray at all times in the spirit and with this in view, be on the alert with all perseverance and petition for all the saints.’

Our Participation Matters:

Be active in the House of God. This can be reflected by our being part of a group or groups in the church so we can exercise our ministry gifts. As you serve, you may also feel that there is a gap you could fill by starting a service ministry that is required but not yet in existence. 1 Corinthians 12:7-8: ‘But each is given a manifestation of the spirit for the common good…’

Our Presence Matters:

Our collective worship is important to God. Coming together to lift up holy hands to The Lord and celebrate His goodness must not be neglected. There is power in Collective worship that cannot be found anywhere else. It strengthens the church, causing it to grow. See Acts 2:46-47: ‘They worshipped together at the Temple each day, met in homes for the Lord’s Supper, and shared their meals with great joy and generosity— all the while praising God and enjoying the goodwill of all the people. And each day the Lord added to their fellowship those who were being saved.’

Our Pronouncements Matter:

Our words and declarations are important. They have life and power to make things happen. Whatever we say about ourselves and the church will effectively become a reality. We need to constantly prophesy God’s eternal grace, mercy, favour, increase, majesty, miracles and strength into the foundation and fabric of our life as a church. Ephesians 5:19-20 says, ‘Speak to one another with psalms, hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord. Always giving thanks for all things in the name of the Father’.

The bible commands us to encourage and honour each other at all times. 1 Thessalonians 5:11–13 tells us: ‘Therefore, encourage one another and build up one another just as you are doing’ Now we ask you, brothers and sisters, to acknowledge those who work hard among you, who care for you in the Lord and who admonish you. Hold them in the highest regard in love because of their work. Live in peace with each other.’ On behalf of the leadership, we would like to personally thank all of you who work continually in the House, watching and praying to see the ministry fulfil its God given purpose. May the Lord bless you richly.

Your Presents Matter:

Every gift, offering and tithe brought to the House of the Lord irrespective of its size, is significant. They are prayerfully applied by the pastors to the many needs that we have as a church. These resources build the house and ensure that it flourishes and does not lack in any way. Without your kind gifts, the church will not survive. Paul commands us to purposefully set our gifts aside. In 1 Corinthians 16:2 we are told: ‘On the first day of every week, each one of you should set aside a sum of money in keeping with your income, saving it up, so that when I come no collections will have to be made.’

Your Patience Matters:

As with most things, building takes effort, time, skill and patience. The vision God has given us a church is a large one and it may take some time to come to fruition, but it will surely come to pass. Habakkuk 2:3 says: ‘Though the vision tarries, wait for it.’


there is a part for each person to play. No one should feel left out of the great things God is doing in our midst. We will continue to do the work God has assigned to us joyfully, with much singing, dancing and praising. Revelation 19:5: ‘Give praise to our God, all you His bondservants, you who fear Him, the small and the great.’

We are confident that the Lord who has promised us a year of uncommon miracles will bring our desires to pass in the name of Jesus!

By Ola Okoro
[Message shared at the Workers Retreat]

Seek ye First

*Seek ye first*

“Seek ye first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and all these things shall be added unto you”

A real quick story! For the past few days, I’d been looking for the key to my postbox, and today I continued searching. That’s probably one of the first things I did today and I was getting a bit worried, because I didn’t wanna pay £5 for a replacement key. In the process of searching I heard the Holy spirit say “seek ye first the kingdom of God and all these things shall be added unto you”. I tried to ignore it and kept looking but he spoke again “seek ye first the kingdom of God and all these things shall be added unto you”. So I stopped searching, picked up my bible and my devotional and started reading. Whilst reading my bible I saw a verse that stuck out to me and so I got a pen from my pencil case to highlight the verse and ta-da my key was in the pencil case.

A lot of the time we are so busy with our goals and our dreams, or chasing after material things that we forget to place Jesus at the centre. And like the Holy Spirit reminded me today seek God first and every thing you need will be added unto you. Make Jesus the centre of it all and everything falls into place!

God bless 😀

By Tolu Daramola

The surprising reason many people are not walking in victory!

The surprising reason many people are not walking in victory!
And what you can do to walk in your authority as a believer.

One of the first things I learned in law school is that the key to victory and success as a lawyer is not knowing the law, but knowing where to find it! Sometime ago I handled a case as an immigration lawyer. My client, Richard, had been granted leave to remain in the UK for two and a half years as the spouse of a British national. He and his wife had two-year-old twin daughters. About one year into his visa, they started having serious problems in their marriage. Unknown to Richard, Lucy informed the immigration authorities that she no longer supported his application, and his visa was curtailed.

Six months later, Richard lost a cousin in Barbados and travelled for two weeks. On his return to the UK, he was arrested at the airport by the UK Border Agency. That’s when he found out his visa had been revoked six and a half months previously! He was detained and….[Continue]

Building for Purpose

Because of limitations on our use of the premises,

Lack of storage space means we move our equipment into storage after every meeting. This has understandably affected the life span of our equipment.
Our midweek services hold at a different venue – Methodist Church Hall Beddington Gardens.
Our quarterly prayer vigils hold elsewhere – St Michael’s Church Hall.
We are unable to hold New Year’s Eve services.
We are unable to leave our banners out during the week.
We are unable to implement our ideas for social transformation including Coffee Morning, Food Bank, Soup Kitchen as well as a Breakfast and After School Club.

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