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The Fellowship of the King

Who is in charge of our Church? Jesus!

As we continue look at our radical Baptist roots we look at Colossians 1:15-20 to see how we are ‘the fellowship of the King’.

Something to Declare!
Since we are looking at our roots, as a Baptist Church, it would be valuable to remind ourselves of the ‘Declaration of Principles’ […]


Roots and Fruit

Our guest speaker, Tim Manders, takes a look at Joshua 1:1-9.

What does the bible say about the bible?

How should we read the bible?

“Encourage one another, and build one another up”


Partnership – Our Life Together

To find out all about WRBC, and the work we do in the local community please take a look at our Annual Report.

Bread for the Body

Today we continue our series on Exploring our Spiritual DNA by looking at Bread for the Body – Understanding the Lord’s Supper.



Today we start a brand new series in which we explore the issues that give us our identity as a Baptist Church.

Who do we Think we Are? Exploring our Spiritual DNA, begins with Baptism.



Christ is Risen!

He is risen indeed, Hallelujah!

Jesus is not some dead hero, but a living Saviour.

Simon takes a look at Luke 24:1-12 as we celebrate Easter 2019.


Family Matters

The final part of our series Blueprint: God’s Plan for the Church looks at the importance of family and the blessing of the fruit of the Spirit in Ephesians 6:1-4.


Marriage: The Gospel on Display

This week we look at a very important way that we live out the gospel.

Ephesians 5:21-33 gives us a breath-taking insight into God’s purpose for a spirit-filled marriage.


Marks of a Spirit-Filled Church

We continue our long-running series Blueprint: God’s Plan for His Church.  This part focuses on Ephesians 5:18-20 and what it means to be a Church, full of the Spirit of God.


The Me God Sees

Our HUB all-age service this month focuses on who we are inside – and the potential God sees inside each of us.  Simon Peter was one of those who Jesus called as a disciple.  Jesus saw inside him and saw the man he would become, just as He knows who we can be.

this is a whole service […]