Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,
During this unusual time when we are not able to meet in person for worship and fellowship, please use the link below for updates, teaching and prayer.
We are called to fast and pray as a church and nation. Let’s take time to be still and listen carefully to what God is saying. Visit the our new channel:
PRBC 2020 YouTube channel
We also have a area for special updates where you will find the other messages, including from The Baptist Union of Great Britain.
May God give us all wisdom and peace.
PRBC Leadership Team
Statement from Perry Rise regarding George Floyd
The Leadership Team at Perry Rise Baptist Church are deeply saddened by the brutal killing of a Black Man (George Floyd) at the hands of White Police Officers in America.
The tragedy has emphasised the stark realities of racism and inequalities in our world. During the lockdown period (sparked by COVID-19) peoples' eyes were opened to the true realities of black peoples' daily struggles.
As we look outwards at what has taken place, each of us also need to look inwards, to challenge ourselves to ensure that we are always part of the solution by reaching out to those around us, challenging inequality, being respectful and empowering one another regardless of ethnicity.
We support the Black Lives Matter movement and believe that black people should be able to live and breathe equally. There is no place for racial injustice in our Church or society in the 21st century and we wholeheartedly condemn racism and inequality of all kinds.
Sincere condolences to George Floyds family, and other families who have lost loved ones, due to society's injustice. May they all rest in eternal peace.
1 Corinthians 13:6-7 Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. 7 It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.
The following link takes you to BMS ‘Black Lives Matter statement’
Leadership Team and Rev Margaret