Hi, I'm Warren McNeil, pastor of Greenford Baptist Church. We are committed to a life-giving, Biblically centred, Spirit-filled Christianity within a loving environment for people of all ages, cultures, and nationalities. Come in and discover. You are more than welcome!
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Don’t be afraid! Speak Out! Don’t be silent! For I am with you… (Acts 18:9-10)
Though a vision given directly to the apostle Paul, it is also a word for the people of GBC for this season. We are to be a people who speak out for the Lord. The speaking out about the saving grace of our Lord Jesus Christ should be the core of our daily lives. There are more people for the Kingdom of God than we know. We should not be afraid and most certainly not silent! Silence is what helps Satan advance. So let's thank God that He is with us and live our lives in that truth.
Pastor Warren McNeil
In the Spring 2018 edition of the Baptist Together magazine, the focus was multi-ethnic church. Given where GBC has come from and where it is now, (then) Pastor David was asked to contribute an article about our multi-ethnic journey. Other churches within the Baptist family tell their story too, which you will find of interest. Please click this link and enjoy the read on page 16.
The events of recent weeks, triggered by the murder of George Floyd in the USA have once again highlighted that racism – the dehumanisation of people based on their ethnicity and skin colour – is still alive in the UK. It is alive in individuals, in organisations and in institutions.
As a church family that strongly recognises unity in diversity, we believe that God values everybody equally. (Gal 3:28, Rev 7:9)
We not only stand against all forms of racism, but we also know that this fight is ongoing. We will continue to listen, to learn and to act and to pray, long after the headlines have gone.
We will not stay silent. We will not be passive.
Black Lives Matter.
The UK government have this week announced a merger of the Department for International Development and the Foreign Office. This is a disgraceful move that will risk the lives of the world’s poorest and give the government a green light to misuse the money we give as a nation in International Aid. It is a move that has been met with widespread condemnation. Please follow the link below to learn more and to add your voice of discontent.