Wymondley Baptist Church
Messy Church - Father's Day Special - A family event for all ages
When and Where: Saturday 17th June 2017, 4-6pm at Wymondley Baptist Church
What: Explore the theme of a Bible story using crafts, games, music and finishing with a light tea
Note that all children must be accompanied by an adult.
Thy Kingdom Come
Between 25th May to 4th June 2017 we will be joining people in world-wide communities to pray for our village; the people; the activities and the future. If you would like us to pray for you or the village, please fill in your request on one of the 'ThyKingdomCome' prayer cards that has been posted through doors in the village or call the church phone 07531 081 621 or contact us via our website contacts page by clicking here.
As part of this programme, our Church will be open on 31st May between 10am and 2pm. Come along to see what goes on or just to have a quiet time to pray for our village
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that started in 2016 as an invitation from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to the Church of England and has grown into an international and ecumenical call to prayer. Click here for more details.
Herts and Beds Community Survey
The 'Herts and Beds Community Survey' is an opportunity for adults and young people - living in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire - to help celebrate what is great about the area, and to help identify and explore challenges. The survey only takes a few minutes to complete and will hopefully identify new opportunities to see the community - and most importantly the people - thrive.
The survey, which is sponsored by Hitchin Christian Centre, closes at the end of May and the results will be shared for the benefit of all local services, community groups, agencies, churches etc. (hopefully by early Autumn). Click www.hcc.org.uk/survey to contribute your thoughts to to survey
Church theme for 2017
This year our Church is looking at the theme of "The Kingdom". We will look into what we mean by ‘The Kingdom’, where it is and what do we do to be part of it. Then we will look at what Israel did right and wrong and what we can learn. Finally we will look at how we live in the Kingdom now and why we need to share it with others.
You see the subjects for future Sundays and who is leading oour worship each week by clicking here
We wish you the Lord's help and strength for all life's opportunities and challenges through 2017.
Thank you for visiting our web site. We'll be delighted to meet you at any of our services or other events
Our Sunday Morning Services start at 10.45am (Tea and Coffee are normally served afterwards)
Our faith family welcomes you, your family and friends. Join us any Sunday to worship, pray, share and learn.