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  • 10:30am - 11:45am Sunday Worship


  • Monday

    • 10am - 1pm Craft and Chat Group
      • Held at the Birdge Street Community Centre
    • 7:30pm - 8:30pm Scouts
  • Tuesday

    • 6:30pm - 7:30pm Cubs
  • Wednesday

    • 9:30am - 11am Parents and Toddlers
    • 2:30pm - 3:30pm CAMEO Fellowship
      • Held at Bridge Street Community Centre
  • Thursday

    • 9:30am - 11am Parents and Toddlers
    • 6:15pm - 7:15pm Beavers


    The Bridge Charity Shop

    Our charity shop is conveniently located in the middle of Rothwell town and we have excellent parking nearby.

    Major Pauline Cook
    Rothwell Salvation Army
    9-11 Bridge Street
     Rothwell ,Northamptonshire ,NN14 6EW

    'The Bridge’ charity shop we hope will be what the name expresses – a place that bridges a gap between the church and community. As well as growing out of the name given to the street of its location (Bridge Street), the association with Jesus is paramount. Many times, as you walk through life day-by-day, you will encounter all sorts of bridges (physical, mental and spiritual). Bridges go over obstacles that keep you from getting where you need to go

    Opening Times

    • Monday 9am - 4pm
    • Tuesday 9am - 4pm
    • Wednesday 9am - 4pm
    • Thursday 9am - 4pm

    Tel: 01536 711 512

    Employment Plus Services

    We offer tailored support to help people become job-ready, to get a job and to stay in work. We can help with:

    • Learning progressions and qualifications
    • Assisted Job Search
    • Digital Inclusion
    • Benefits advice and support
    • Listening ear

    Please contact us for more information.

    The Well Drop-in Centre

    The choosing and significance of ‘The Well’ is twofold. Firstly in the history of Rothwell, in the Dark age invaders came and founded the Danish settlement of “Rodewell” or “place of the red well” because of the area’s freshwater springs which were red because of the iron and other minerals. Today, reference made to Rothwell by the locals is, ‘Rowell’. Secondly, Jesus meets a Samaritan woman at the well in the New Testament (John 4:4-26). What this story tells us is that Jesus broke down the barriers of all cultural indifferences and accepted the woman, despite her past, without judgment. She left Jesus with a lifted spirit and she went back and told everyone in her community about the encounter.

    Opening Times

    • Monday 9am - 4pm
    • Tuesday 9am - 4pm
    • Wednesday 9am - 4pm
    • Thursday 9am - 4pm
    • Friday 9am - 4pm
    • Saturday 10am - 2pm

    Meet the people

    our church leaders are committed to transforming the lives of people in their community

    David Ludditt


    Julie Ludditt