Prayer Focus

Here is our regular focus upon a spectrum of ministries that are connected with the Association, and for each there is a PowerPoint to download for use within services at the bottom of the article.

Prayer Focus 6 Tilehouse Street Baptist Church Hitchin

We have a long history; this year we have celebrated our 350th anniversary and have much to give thanks for.  But now we look forward and are trying to discern, “Where do we grow from here?” Between 35 and 45 folk meet on a Sunday morning; the majority of whom are retired which brings its challenges.  But we have good links with the community through hiring out our extensive premises. .....  cont'd

full prayer focus + PowerPoint download click here: centralba.org.uk/prayer-focus-6-tilehouse-street-baptist-church-hitchin/

 

Prayer Focus 5 Broadmead Baptist Church, northampton

WE have now been in our brand new church and community building for five months after being homeless for a little while. It has been a busy but exciting time. We are holding three gatherings on a Sunday to fit everyone in downstairs while we wait for the work to be completed on the auditorium, along with the rest of the first floor. The new building has seen us grow by about 40-50 people on a Sunday but more than that is the engagement and use by the local community.....  cont'd

full prayer focus + PowerPoint download click here: http://centralba.org.uk/prayer-focus-5-broadmead-baptist-northampton/

 

Prayer Focus 4 Princes Risborough Baptist Church, Bucks

Princes Risborough Baptist Church was established in 1707, since then it has known times of growth and times of struggle. Currently our average Sunday morning attendance is 35 to 40 people. We are optimistically looking to God for growth. In addition to Sunday worship we hold a Toddler Group which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and we aim to build relationships with the families that attend....  cont'd

full prayer focus click here: prayer-focus-4-princes-risborough-baptist-church

 

Prayer Focus 3 Gretton Baptist Church, Northamptonshire

Gretton Baptist chapel is part of a vibrant village with a population of around 2000 and we are very much part of the community. We have strong links with the school and St. James’ parish church and our room is regularly used by groups from the village. The big services around Christmas, Easter, harvest and Remembrance Day are always extremely well attended and while our regular congregation has grown over the years...  cont'd

full prayer focus click here: prayer-focus-3-gretton-baptist/

 

Prayer Focus 2 Well Street United Church, Buckingham

Well Street United Church is a local ecumenical partnership of Baptist, Methodist and United Reformed Church, in the town of Buckingham.  Our motto is ‘Putting the King at the Heart of Buckingham’.  We have a small building in the town centre, which we use during the week, and we meet for worship in a local school on Sunday mornings.  We also have three Methodist chapels in nearby villages that are linked to our church cont'd

full prayer focus click here: Prayer Focus 2 Buckingham 

 

Prayer Focus 1 London Colney 

London Colney Baptist Church is a Home Mission Church with a weekly congregation of 20 people. Despite our small number we are grateful that everyone is able serve in one way or another. We host the Churches Together Food bank (twice monthly) which has x3 teams of volunteers from all four local churches, a weekly Toddlers Group and have a Flowers Ministry.

full prayer focus click here: Prayer Focus 1 London Colney

 

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