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Feed Your Spirit 

 

During the Coronavirus Crisis

Since the UK-Wide lockdown commenced, Rothwell Baptist Church has conducted an on-line service using Zoom each Sunday.  This meeting is open to all and to get access details, please use the Contact Form.  The service runs from 11:00 AM to 12:00 AM (approx) each Sunday.

A number of our other meetings and small groups use Zoom also.  These include groups involving the older children and also adult bible study and prayer groups.  Again, please use our contact form to find out more about what is going on.

The remainder of this page describes our usual schedule, which will commence again once it is legal and safe to do so.  In the meantime, keep an eye on our Church Calendar for up to date information on events.

During "Normal" Times

 

Every Sunday 10 AM

Sunday Worship. This is where we come together to worship God and enjoy being part of His family.

We sing, pray, read the Bible and listen to a speaker.

Children of all ages stay in for the first twenty minutes or so, and then move out for their own Children’s Worship or Creche.
Communion, the sharing of bread and wine to remember that Jesus died for our sins, is held monthly, usually on the third Sunday. It is part of the service, but you are free to take part or not as you choose.

Afterwards we enjoy refreshments and a good natter.

The service lasts for approximately an hour and a quarter.

You do not have to be a Christian to come, all are welcome.

On the last Sunday of the month, Helen our Family Worker leads a Family Service, a relaxed interactive time suitable for all generations.

Every Sunday at 6 PM

Evening Service.  This is a more intimate affair.  It lasts around 40 minutes and is also followed by refreshments.   This is led by our own members, in varying formats but generally a relaxing way to finish Sunday.  Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday in each month.

Thursday 2 PM

Bible and prayer.  A small group called ‘Bible and Prayer’ meets. They pray for the world, our country and our community and watch a Bible teaching DVD.

Various Days

Small Groups. Two more small groups meet fortnightly in homes to study the Bible and discuss questions of faith, and to pray.

Richard Mann, 18/06/2020
Glenys
Hello and welcome to our church. If you are a new visitor, we have a page for you to get to know us and learn more about planning a visit.
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Planning your Visit

A Very Warm Welcome 

If you are new to the Church (or any Church) or are simply thinking of coming along, then this page is for you.  Whoever you are, whatever your background, you are most welcome.  You don't need to be a Christian or be a "good" person,  Jesus welcomes all and we, at Rothwell Baptist Church want to do the same.

We would normally say at this stage, come along to one of our services on Sunday.  However, you will understand that at the moment our building is closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.   Don't worry though it's still possible for you to meet us at our weekly online service.

We meet using the popular Zoom conferencing software.  You can use Zoom on almost all phones, tablets and laptop computers.  A link to Zoom's web site is here.  If you own a Windows 10 S Laptop, then simply update your Edge browser to the latest version and you can access Zoom using that; it's easy.

We only ask that you contact us to get the Zoom meeting details.  You can then join and see what we are like, you don't have to say anything and we don't even need to see what you look like if you turn off your video.

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So, you can find out all about us without leaving your front door, in complete safety and when the time is right, we would love to see you through our front door one day.