2019 GBC Motto
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
Greenford Baptist Church News and Events
GBC CHURCH NEWS 19 May
- Sunday 19th May at 10am. The meeting will be led by Rotimi Awoniyi and will include Communion. Elizabeth Robertson will be speaking.
- Monday 20th at 8pm. Prayer Tower. Meeting in the creche room.
- Tuesday 21st at 7.30pm. Bible study group led by Margaret Hall in the creche room.
- Wednesday 22nd May at 7.45pm. House Group meeting Barbara’s home. Please contact church office for more details.
- Sunday 26th May at 10am. The meeting will be led by Belinda Adisa and Pastor Warren will be speaking.
Please note all meetings, unless otherwise stated, are in the Greenford Baptist Church building, which is at the Ruislip Road junction with Beechwood Avenue. All are welcome.
Iron men men's group meeting will be held today (19th), right after the service at around 12.30pm (Snacks provided). All men of the church are welcome to come along. Look forward to seeing you there. Speak to Varinder for more details.
Also please give the Facebook page a 'Like' Iron Men - Men's Group
Pledge2Pray: 14 Hours Prayer Chain on 8th June 8pm to 9th June 10am,
in conjunction with the global prayer event:
“THY KINGDOM COME 2019”
Praying Together at Pentecost for Mission and Evangelism 30th May - 9th June 2019”
All are strongly encouraged to join in this prayer chain to pray for your family, friends and neighbours to come to know Jesus Christ. We need 14 pledges to complete this chain. Just one hour each.
Contact Sabrina Chung for more details.
Women's retreat day
Saturday 22nd June in Stoke Poges - a lovely day of contemplation - Please see Liz Robertson for more details. Cost £5. Please book soon as places are limited.
Ealing Foodbank Shopping List
- Tinned Meat
- Tinned Fish
- Dried Milk
- Long Life Sponge Puddings
- Potatoes – tinned & instant
- Long Life Fruit Juice & Squash
- Tinned Custard & Rice Pudding
- Vegetarian Chilli & Curry - cans
- Washing Up Liquid – small sizes please
Our Church works continue into May 2019
Whilst the works are being done the adults will meet in the Sunday Club room at 10am. ASK? and Sunday Club start at 10am and will be meeting upstairs. Unfortunately this means that we are not able to provide a staffed creche but parents and carers are more than welcome to have their crèche age children with them in the adult meeting. We anticipate that all meetings will finish around 11.30am.
Pastor David Wise Latest Writings
Also here is an article published in Ministry Today in 2015 on the development of multi-ethnic worship at GBC. It is also copyright. Read here
Pastor David's earlier writings can be read at greenfordbaptist.london/wise.
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Meeting Together and House Groups
We really encourage everybody at Greenford Baptist Church to think about joining a Meeting Together or mid-week House Group.
Being part of a Meeting Together or house group is as vital to your Christian experience and growth as going to church on Sunday.
Leave a Legacy to a Christian Charity
Do you want to leave a legacy of Christian love in action for the work of Greenford Baptist Church or another Christian charity?
You can play your part in putting God's transforming love into action by leaving a legacy gift to Christian charities when you write your will.
This type of Christian giving is vital to the future of Christian charities, particularly in these challenging times.
When you leave a legacy gift in your will, you can ensure that today's Christian work continues in the future. So, when writing a will, please consider leaving a legacy to a Christian Charity as part of your stewardship giving. It's easy. Browse the Christian Legacy website to find out more, then contact your solicitor. Your gift whatever the size – can make a real difference.
The Writings of Pastor David Wise
West London Community Cohesion Pathfinder
The West London Community Cohesion Pathfinder is a faith communities declaration on community cohesion and if you would like to read more please click here to open the .pdf file of the WLCCP poster. We at Greenford Baptist Church are in active agreement with it.