• Discipling the nations

    And he said, whereunto shall we liken the kingdom of God? a grain of mustard seed which when it is sown in the earth, is less than all the seeds that be in the earth. But when it is sown it grows up and becomes greater than all, and shoots out great branches (ministries and centers), so that the fowls (peoples of all nations) of the air may lodge under the shadow of it "
    Mark 4: 31 – 32.

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Welcome to New Covenant Church UK in Manchester website. We believe that God will minister to you in a unique way. We all, at the NCC Manchester believe that the greatest thing that can happen to anybody is to be born of God and filled with his spirit, living by faith and enjoying the grace of God. God spoke concerning this church at its inauguration on June 10th 2001 that NCC Manchester is “like a grain of mustard seed which when it is sown in the earth, is less than all the seeds that be in the earth. But when it is sown it grows up and becomes greater than all, and shoots out great branches (ministries and centers), so that the fowls (peoples of all nations) of the air may lodge under the shadow of it “Mark 4: 31 – 32.

Esther (my wife) and I, have seen this word begin to be fulfilled and together with all the leadership team and members of NCC look with the eyes of faith to greater fulfillment of this word. 
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The Great Commission in line with the general purpose of God for the Church and the global vision of the New Covenant Church worldwide, NCC Manchester’s vision is stated as follows:

Disciplining the nations.

This vision is primarily focused on the building up of the individual within an organised structured framework and an atmosphere of the Holy Spirit. It is being able to provide all that is necessary for an individual to become a “bride without spot or blemish”; “a living sacrifice acceptable before God” and “a vessel of honour worthy of the master’s use”.

More to this we are believers who confess Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. In continuity with the people of God in Old Testament times, we are called out from the world; and we join together for worship, for fellowship, for instruction in the Word, for the celebration of the Lord’s Supper, for service to all mankind, and for the worldwide proclamation of the gospel.

The church derives its authority from Christ, who is the incarnate Word, and from the Scriptures, which are the written Word.
The church is God’s family; adopted by Him as children, its members live on the basis of the new covenant.
The church is the body of Christ, a community of saints of which Christ Himself is the Head.
The church is the bride for whom Christ died that He might sanctify and cleanse her. At His return in triumph, He will present her to Himself a glorious church, the faithful of all the ages, the purchase of His blood, not having spot or wrinkle, but holy and without blemish. (Gen.12:3; Acts 7:38; Ephesians. 4:11-15; 3:8-11; Matt. 28:19, 20; 16:13-20; 18:18; Ephesians. 2:19-22; 1:22, 23; 5:23-27; Col. 1:17, 18.) The New Testament however knows only one Church.

The only thing that divided that Church was geographical boundaries. It would appear that if an area could be adequately administered under a local or city council it formed the basis for a local church organization.
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The history of the New Covenant Church, Manchester

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It all started in the late evening of the last Friday in the month of March, 2001 at the living room of Mr. and Mrs. Ajayi, of 35 Bletchley Close, off Plymouth Grove, Longsight, Manchester, where the New Covenant Church, Manchester started.

Having left Bletchley Street, Sunday services began on the 1st Sunday in May, 2001 at Ardwick Housing, which has now been renamed as New Eastland Homes along Stockport Road. This venue of worship became a milestone in the history of the church because on the 10th of June 2001, the NCC, Manchester was officially inaugurated by the then Deputy General Overseer, Rev. Timothy Kolade, who was the then National Overseer in UK. Other weekly services also took place at this venue. After some time of worship, the church moved to Ardwick sports in July, 2001, but did not stay long before relocating to the former Post office, 2 Earl Walk, Longsight, Manchester M12 4HQ and finally by His grace, the church settled down at her present location, 1 Mathew Lane, Levenshulme, Manchester M12 4QW in March 2003.

Flashing back into the past, 2001 was a very remarkable year in the history of the church, and this account would be incomplete if the foundation members are not mentioned. They are Rev. and Mrs. Michael Oludipe, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Ajayi, the Adebambo family and Ire Oludipe.

Being foundation members, with the grace of God upon them, they were tirelessly coming together in the love of the Lord, and in one accord and they also did things together.

Mr. Ajayi in his words, said, The church’s growth is as a result of love, we did everything in love, and till today, we still fellowship in love”.

Regarding the expansion of this ministry, the Lord has been faithful by enabling us to have satellite centres across Manchester and Greater Manchester-Hyde, Glasgow, Trafford (Church in the pub), Crewe, Bolton, Evening service, Sheffield.
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Other centres and satellites of the New Covenant Church

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NCC Bolton- Rev David Alabi (07737 674 473)
NCC Crewe- Pastor Femi Adeyemi (07735 438 955)
NCC Evening service- Pastor Godwin Irozuru 
NCC Hyde - Rev. Sam Adeyemi
NCC Trafford - Pastor Nosa Uwubamwen 
NCC Pakistan- Pastor Andrew Massiah

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