Whetstone Baptist Church (WBC) is a small part of the worldwide church community, we invite you to join us for worship.
While we're not able to be together in our church building, we're exploring new ways to worship using digital technology. This is new, so please excuse any teething problems.
Go to our YouTube worship channel to pick up our Sunday worship including all-age worship.
Visit Soundcloud to hear our latest Sunday messages, and other audio recordings from Whetstone Baptist Church.
Follow our Facebook page to find out about other ways we are keeping in touch and maintaining our prayer life and discipleship as a church family.
All our services have songs, prayer and teaching as the core of our worship. The Sunday services each have their own character to reflect and meet the needs of the wide range of people in our church community. We are served by teams of worship bands, and the music ranges from traditional hymns to contemporary worship songs.
Throughout the year we also have special all-age services to celebrate events such as Easter and Christmas.
You will be given a genuinely warm welcome at all our services.
Our 9.00am service is often a quieter start to the day than the mid-morning service. Communion is shared once a month. The service is followed by tea and coffee in the church hall.
Our 10.45am service is livelier and busier and starts with all-age worship together before the children and young people leave for their own Kid's Church and young people's group. The sermon is usually a repeat of the 9am service. Communion is shared once a month. The service is followed by tea and coffee in the church hall.
Our evening services are an opportunity for us to experience different ways of worshiping and being together. Themes can range from exploring a big question, or bible study with Q&As, using the time to pray together, a time of quiet reflection and healing, or spirit-filled praise at The Well.
See the themes and readings for Sunday services on our calendar.
Listen to our sermons on Soundcloud. Some of the messages are also accompanied by visual sketchnotes. See these in our blog on Wordpress.
Page last updated: 23 March 2020