Poplars Church: Part Of The Church In Worksop
We are a lively group of people from in and around Worksop, who are committed to serving God, the local community and each other. We provide the opportunity for people of all ages to meet together, to seek God and help each other grow in our relationship with Him.
There are other ‘parts’ of the church all over the town and we don’t claim to be the church.
We aren’t ‘it’, we are only ‘part of it’.
We aren’t the whole dinner but we want to make a tasty contribution to it.
Sometimes Worksop is given a hard time by the media, both locally and nationally, and that mindset can spread to us as the people who live here. But we like to think we are blessed to live in Worksop.
We love Worksop as a place and we have a huge heart for the people of Worksop. We want to see the town revived to reach its potential, so that it is celebrated for being the warm, friendly place it so often is.
Find out more information about Poplars on the About Us page. You can also contact us on 01909 532620 or email us at email@example.com.
11am - Wed 22 Mar
Something I'm pondering and I hope that it can touch you and bless you.Pete Posted by Peter Hardy on Wednesday, 22 March 2017
11am - Wed 22 Mar
I think that I dreamed that I might share something of my journey of healing. I wanted to say a huge thank you to so many people. To my wonderful wife Ruth. To my amazing family, my church family and to the incredible prayer warrior army of allies from around the world who walk with […]
10am - Tue 7 Feb
On Sunday we sang a new song during our worship time, a song called Cast My Cares by the amazing Tim Timmons. (If you don’t know his music and story I would highly recommend checking them out!) In the week I came across Psalm 55:22, which says “Cast your cares on the Lord and He […]
2pm - Mon 16 Jan
Morning All, Monday 16th January, 2017 How I love the “tap tap” of God! He aims and puts two shots of his love into the target almost without drawing breath. The story of my life since April of last year has been “tap tap”…”Tap tap.” In April, twice I had people speak to me of […]