Sunday Worship

News About Sunday Services

A Message from our Minister

Dear friends,

The Deacons and I, as Trustees of the church have decided that we feel able to open the church for worship this coming Easter Sunday and Sundays following.  We have looked at local levels of infection and as much of the government and church guidance as possible and as a result feel that we can open.

This is by no means church back to normal yet, as we must insist that health and safety measures are adhered to in order to ensure that we can open and stay open.  In that regard there are a number of restrictions in place still:
 
  1. We must continue to ask that you wear a face mask at all times unless you have a medical exemption.
  2. Hand sanitiser (and track and trace) should be used as you are welcomed and as you leave.
  3. Indoors and outdoors we must keep to strict social distance measures (2 metres as much as possible).
  4. We can not yet return to congregational singing but will endeavour to do what we can to engage you in our worship together.
  5. After the service you must not congregate indoors and outdoors only in groups of up to 6 people, or two households (at distance) and the advice will still be that you don’t linger for too long.
  6. It really helps if you can tell us, week by week if you plan to be in the building! (as we did previously) - please email lbbchurchservice@gmail.com.

We recognise that for many this will be a welcome return and we will all be glad to see one another in person after such a long stretch, but please help us by following these guidelines and if I or a steward direct you in any way or remind you of any of the rules, please don’t be offended.

Hopefully if we can follow these rules for a short time then the road map and changing government and Baptist Together guidance will then ease gradually.

We know that the last while has been hard, but hopefully this news even if it feels like a half-measure will come as some kind of balm and a hope towards a better return to church as it should be.

For the foreseeable future we will continue to broadcast live on Zoom, so if you don’t feel able to return to the building just yet for whatever reason then please do join us anyway online. Please email us if you'd like to be added to our mailing list so that we can send you the Zoom meeting details.

Praying a blessing upon you today,
Nathan
 
 

We are an enthusiastic church and our Sunday meetings have a contemporary feel, with mostly modern music. We seek the guidance of the Holy Spirit when planning the service. 

Music Group August 2016-2

The weekly, Sunday morning service starts at 10.45 and finishes around 12.00 noon. During this time we pray, sing and listen to a talk which lasts about 20 minutes.

 

Bible teaching is always a key ingredient of our meetings together and we also provide children’s and youth programmes to run alongside those for adults.


Childrens Talk with dough-1
   

Junior Church May 2017-f

We welcome everyone from those who have been to church all their lives to those who are just interested in discovering what the Christian faith holds.


Sunday Service Jan 2018 7 


Holy Communion

We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of each month. At the end of the service, we remain in our seats and are served with bread, which we eat as we receive it. This is followed by individual cups of non-alcoholic wine, which we hold onto until everyone is ready to drink together.

Holy Communion service


 

Prayer Space
prayer space

 

If you would like someone to pray for you after the service, please head to the prayer space at the back of the Church to speak with our Prayer Ministry Team.

 

For more information on our Sunday services, please click on one of the links below.
 
During the Sunday morning service we hold groups for children aged 5-13.
Church Services Resumed
link to recording of service
How to find us and what to expect.
 
Please click here for more photographs from our Sunday morning services.