Sunday Services

Following recent government and Yorkshire Baptist Association guidelines regarding the Coronavirus, meetings are rather different from usual. We can still be contacted via our website and will publish any further advice as and when we receive it.

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Family worship: 10:30 am - See note above

Morning worship where everybody is welcome

Evening worship: First Sunday of the month 6.00 pm (with Communion) - see note above

A smaller congregation, quieter and more informal. Times of meditation and prayer.

We meet at:

School Street
West Yorkshire
BD14 6AL

There is parking for a few cars on the site.

You can expect a warm welcome, great worship, an impacting message and a friendly bunch of people gathering to learn more about God. 

For our children:

We delight in sharing the gospel with our children and we delight in them sharing with one another.

We have an all-age service once a month; all other Sundays, Junior Church (pre-school and primary aged children) meets upstairs after about 20 minutes of Church family worship including a children’s slot.

We begin with all ages gathered together for a story and a game and possibly a song led by Mary, Catherine or Joyce. The older children enjoy encouraging the younger ones.

We then split into two groups:

  • Preschool children have an opportunity to play at one end of our large room with Margaret, Cynthia, Anna, Susan or Jill.
  • Primary school children meet for age-appropriate activities – crafts, games, quizzes and discussion, challenging the children to explore the steps to faith in our Lord Jesus. Mary, Catherine or Joyce lead on this too, supported by Sheila, Rachel, Tony, Pauline.

 The children would normally remain upstairs until the end of the service but occasionally Junior Church join the rest of the Church family to share in family communion.


Come and join us!

If you have any questions about our Sunday Services or need to get in touch with us about any other enquiry we will be happy to help. Please Contact Us for more information.