10.30am: Informal worship, Bible teaching, children’s and young people’s groups.
First Sunday of month: short all-age service.
Third Sunday of month: Holy Communion.
6.30pm most weeks: Informal reflective worship with Bible teaching.
First Sunday of month: Holy Communion.
WBC is a Silver award level ECO Church. We express our care for God’s world in our worship and teaching; in how we look after our building and land; in how we engage with our local community and in global campaigns, and in the personal lifestyles of our congregation.
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Phone: (01634) 687571
Rev Stephen J Roe MA
Stephen has been Pastor since 2001.
He is married to Mandy and they have four adult children and two grandchildren.
Steve is involved with the Baptist south- eastern Ministerial Recognition committee, and the national Baptist racial justice ministry. He is vice-chair of The Bluebell Federation of three local primary schools, and has been a governor in various schools for many years.
Steve has written a chapter in this 2021 book: 'Transitioning from a Multicultural to an Intercultural Church'.
As part of the body of Christ, it is our privilege to stand alongside our courageous brothers and sisters who are persecuted around the world. That means letting them know they're not forgotten. Strengthening them by our prayers and support.
As a Partner Church, we :
"For God loved the world so much that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." John 3:16 (the Bible)
This Bible verse sums up what Walderslade Baptist Church stands for.
As a Church we aim to have it at our heart, expressing our faith simply – trusting God’s love, wisdom and power, following Jesus’ example and commands, and reaching out to others in practical care and friendship.