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Services cancelled!

*Please note that in view of our Baptist Union advice and the worsening COVID 19 situation we have decided, with heavy hearts, to cancel all services and events.*

Our weekly services will continue to be posted on YouTube at ‘PRBC 2020’.

We also have a area for special updates where you will find the other messages, including from The Baptist Union of Great Britain.


 Special online events (on Zoom)

We have two special online events coming up, the details are below:

We are having a retreat morning on zoom to help us reflect and meet God together. This is for our regular spring term day of prayer and fasting.

  • Saturday 10 April –  10am to 12 noon
    A retreat morning reflecting on the questions ‘Where have you come from? Where are you going?’ from the story of Hagar in Genesis chapter 16. There will be worship, bible teaching, reflection time, discussion and prayer.
  • Thursday 15 April  –  7.30pm
    An evening with Tim and Linda Darby, catching up with our mission partners in Uganda.

Please put these dates into your diary and Zoom links and details will be sent out separately for each one nearer the time.


Our mission partners

Take some time to lift up our mission partners in Uganda and Thailand in the days ahead. You can read their latest news below:

Let us continue to fix out eyes on Jesus our Saviour in this new year, and persevere in  prayer knowing that the one who calls us is faithful!

In Him, Rev Margaret


 Coronavirus: Guidance on church worship

All updated advice and guidance for churches is available on Baptist Union’s Coronavirus guidance pages.

Coronavirus

The Government’s Coronavirus guidance

Wash your hands more often for 20 seconds. Use soap and water or a hand sanitiser when you:

  • Get home or into work
  • Blow your nose, sneeze or cough
  • Eat or handle food.

HANDS. FACE. SPACE.

The ‘Hands. Face. Space’ public information campaign urges the public to continue to wash their hands, cover their face and make space to control infection rates and avoid a second peak. For more information visit GOV.UK

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