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News and Events


  • Sunday 23rd at 10am. Satyajit Deodhar will be leading. Pastor Warren will be speaking.
  • Monday 24th at 8pm. Prayer Tower. Come and encounter Jesus in Spirit and Truth. All welcome.
  • Tuesday 25th at 9.15am to 11.00am. Noah’s Ark toddler group. Parents and Toddler Group.
  • Tuesday 25th at 7.30pm. Bible Study Group led by Margaret. Meets in church building. New study looking at Holy Spirit. All welcome.
  • Wednesday 26th at 11am. Wednesday Friendship Group. This group is run in connection with Methodist Live at Home. It is for older age group in our community.
  • Wednesday 26th at 7.45pm. Bible study at Satyajit house please contact the church office for details.
  • Sunday 1st March at 10am. Pastor Warren will be leading and will include communion. Satyajit Deodhar will be speaking
  • Sunday 1st March at 12pm. Additional Ordinary Members Meeting. To consider and vote upon Satyajit Deodhar’s call to ministry within the Baptist Union of Great Britain. Agenda is available.

Afternoon Meeting 3rd Sunday each month 5pm

An opportunity for those who maybe cannot attend Sunday morning meetings or for those who want a double dose of church! This is a “normal” church meeting for around 1 hour. A time of worship and a very short talk. A time for you to take with the Lord and fellow worshipers.
We will be meeting every third Sunday of the month at 5pm excluding August and December. All are welcome.

Ealing foodbank

Please continue to consider buying non-perishable items and donating them to those who are struggling to provide food for themselves and their families at this time.

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Former Pastor David Wise' Writings

David WiseDavid WiseHere is a chapter I wrote for the book Encountering London; London Baptists in the 21st Century, it was published in 2015 and is copyright. It tells something of the story of the development of Greenford Baptist Church over the last 50 years. Read here

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

Meeting Together and House Groups

Andy RobertsonAndy RobertsonWe really encourage everybody at Greenford Baptist Church to think about joining a Meeting Together or mid-week House Group.

The Need

Being part of a Meeting Together or house group is as vital to your Christian experience and growth as going to church on Sunday.

Read more: Meeting Together and House Groups

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.

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.