We are so sorry to let you know we will have to close our building for worship once again because of the new lockdown rules in England.
Please let your friends know this news in case any have missed it. We will contact you again when we are able to reopen and we will continue to post services on our Youtube channel which you can find at:
Perry Rise Baptist Church YouTube channel
Following the Government’s announcement of a second lockdown in England with effect from Thursday 5 November, Places of Worship will be closed, unless they are being used for:
Funerals; to broadcast acts of worship; individual prayer; formal childcare or where part of a school; essential voluntary and public services, such as blood donation or food banks or other exempted activities such as some support groups.
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.
Black History Month (BHM) was first launched in the USA in February 1970. However, the precursor to BHM called ‘Negro History Week’ started in February 1926 thanks to the inspiration of Carter G Woodson (known by many as the ‘Father of Black History’.
BHM started in the UK in October 1987. In this month people in the UK annually recognise, share and celebrated African and Caribbean history and culture. It’s a time also to consider the significant contributions made by black people to world development. This year we at Perry Rise Baptist Church (PRBC) have been sharing some aspects of Black history during each of the weekly services in October. The fellowship was able to experience slide shows and presentations about the different aspects.
Normally PRBC would have a BHM display in the entrance foyer for everyone to explore but Covid 19 has made that inappropriate this year. Not wanting to miss the opportunity to explore black history at our own leisure, we have decided to create a display on our website. This display is based on the materials used in the presentations and slide slows which were used during the October services and we trust that you will find it informative and helpful.
View our Black History Month content