New Springs has a great heart for students. Loughborough University and Colleges are, without doubt, some of the finest educational establishments in the world.
If you are studying in Loughborough, or are about to come to Loughborough to study make sure you get involved in a local church. New Springs City Church has a broad range of people including a vibrant and growing group of students and 20 somethings.
As well as students from the UK many international students enjoy worshipping with us with many nations represented.
We’re committed to doing all we can to support, equip and empower students for their student life and beyond. It is not unusual for students to remain at Loughborough finding local employment after they have graduated so that they can continue to be a part of the New Springs vibrant community. In fact, we currently have three people who serve as elders with the fellowship who originally came to New Springs because they had been studying at Loughborough University. We are also passionate about equipping and releasing students from the UK and all over the world into all that God has for them.
We meet on Sunday mornings at 10.30am at the NSC Arena, No.4 Belton Road West Extension, Loughborough LE11 5XH (next door to Staples – see map here) We would love you to join us.
TWO UNIQUE STREAMS
As well as our Sunday morning services, we also run two unique congregation streams:
Jobels – this alternative service meets the third Sunday of the month. It has a vibrant, contemporary and Christ-centred emphasis and there is always fantastic food available.
The word ‘Jobels’ means ‘totally distinct’ and that is what Jobels is! It starts at 7.07pm and finishes at 8.45pm.
Stadium City Church is an expression of church for those who actively participate in sport or who are armchair supporters.
It is an interactive, action-packed, multi-media programme run by Phil Starbuck (ex Notts Forest professional footballer). This is a fast-paced yet poignant, multi-media event, and like Jobels is centred around Jesus Christ. It is a game of two halves with an opportunity at the half-time break to purchase food and drinks.
Stadium City takes place the last Sunday evening of the month and kicks off at 6.45 pm.