Our vision is for a Community, in the Community, for the Community, built up of small groups of people from all backgrounds meeting around the town who share God's love with everyone they meet and make a positive impact in their neighbourhood.
Our weekly LifeGroups in Burton have continued to grow and we now have meetings on Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Matt & Lou lead the Tuesday group and John & Julie the Wednesday group.
We're really excited about what God is going to do in Burton. We are gathering a team of passionate worshippers who have a heart to serve God in this great town. Our vision is for a community built on small groups of people from all backgrounds meeting around the town that will encourage each other to fulfil their destiny in Christ Jesus through passionate worship; gifts of the spirit and applying Jesus' teaching to our daily lives.
We're excited to announce that in January 2018 we are looking to launch our first Sunday meetings in Burton. Further details about this exciting news will be available soon. If you'd like to find out more please do get in touch!
We've recently been gathering once a month for a worship and foundations evening at the Winshill Neighbourhood Resource Centre in Burton on Trent. (Winshill Neighbourhood Resource Centre, Canterbury Road, Burton-on-Trent, DE15 0HD) from 19:45-21:30. For a map click here. This will be an informal meeting starting with tea and coffee and we warmly invite anyone to join us. The final meeting of this kind will be on Tuesday 21st March 2017.
Our first Burton Alpha Course commences on Tuesday 25th April 2017, 7.30pm at Langan's Tea Rooms, Burton House, George Street, Burton-on-Trent, DE14 1DP [map]. The course will then take place on Tuesday evenings over a 10 week period.
You can book in for this course here.
To find out more about Alpha click here.
We are currently a church plant of Jubilee Church Derby and our Sunday mornings are held there. However, we are so excited about what God is doing in the wider church in Burton and in Januray 2018 plan to have regular Sunday celebrations in the Town.
If you would like more information on the above please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or
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Burton upon Trent, also known as Burton-on-Trent or simply Burton, is a town straddling the River Trent in the east of Staffordshire; it is the largest town in the National Forest with a population of approximately 65,000.
Located in the Heart of England with its rich industrial heritage and international reputation as the capital of British brewing, Burton is a fantastic place to live or just to visit. Hand in hand with the industrial heritage, you will discover some of the most beautiful countryside in the Midlands with lush fields and pretty villages, award-winning restaurants and cosy pubs alongside the River Trent and the meandering canal network.
The town is home to Burton Albion FC and is also the location of the English National Football Centre (St George’s Park) which was opened in 2012 by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Burton is best known for its heritage in brewing and was once home to over a dozen breweries in its heyday. To this day beer is still brewed in the town by Marstons. Another famous local brand is Marmite - also located in the town, which owes its existence to the breweries. In fact, the manufacturing process was invented by accident in the late 19th Century by a German scientist, Justus Liebig. He discovered that brewer's yeast, could be concentrated, bottled and eaten. In 1902 the Marmite Food Company was founded in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, where the raw material was readily available, a by product of Burton's successful brewing heritage.
Burton initially grew up around the Abbey, which was one of the most important religious centres in medieval Staffordshire. When Burton Bridge was constructed it became an important crossing point of the River Trent. It was the site of two important battles, first in 1322 when Edward III defeated the rebel Earl of Lancaster and also in 1643 when the royalists captured the town during the First English Civil War. The manor house was extended by Sir William Paget and his descendants, who also facilitated the extension of the River Trent Navigation to Burton. By the Early Modern Period Burton had grown into a busy market town.
For more on the history of Burton visit: burton-on-trent.org.uk
Matt & Louise Waring
John & Julie Batten
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If you have a passion for Burton & the surrounding areas and would like to explore further the opportunity to join us, we'd love to hear from you! Please use the contact details above to get in touch. You'll find some more details about living in Burton below. We'd really advise coming to visit before you make any concrete plans, to get a feel for the location etc! We look forward to meeting you!
For more information about what goes on in Burton and places to stay please check out the links below.
East Staffordshire Borough Council - The local council website. Here you can find out the latest on what is happening in Burton, links to the local bus routes, job opportunities, schools, and lots more.
Burton Mail - Find out about the local news, job opportunities, houses for sale, sport news and more.
The National Forest - Some of the most beautiful forests and woodlands in England.
There are a large number of hotels in Burton here are a few of them.