Prayer is important in the life of Whitley Bay Baptist Church, as it unpins everything we do. Monday Prayer We meet on Monday mornings from 9.15 am until 11 am for prayer. Praying Community Our regular Praying Community meetings run from 8 am to 9.30 am on Saturday mornings. We meet together for a time of open prayer, followed by breakfast. 24/7 Prayer We often hold weeks of constant prayer in the church, often in anticipation of big decisions or…
Small Groups are a great way of getting involved in the WBBC community. There are lots of different groups meeting throughout the week for prayer, bible study and just getting to know one another. Crispian oversees the groups and would love to have a chat with you about finding a group that would suit you. Catch him on a Sunday morning or send a message via the contact form and we’ll put you in touch.
The Light is a group for adults with learning disabilities to learn more about Jesus and how he loves us. It meets around once a month and includes drama, songs, prayer, craft, bible stories chat and sandwiches! Friends, family and carers are all welcome. See the calendar for the next event.
Parish Nursing seeks to improve the lives of people in our church and the local community through whole person health care. The team run a Chair Based Exercise Group every Thursday morning. They work together with our Pastoral Care Team. If you have a particular need you think they might be able to help with then please contact the Church Office who will put you in touch with a member of the team. Parish Nursing is affiliated to Parish Nursing…
Our Parish Nursing Team run a Chair Based Exercise Group that meets every Thursday Morning from 10.45am to 12 noon. They meet in the church using the main church entrance. The church is fully accessible for those with restricted mobility. The group is free and the sessions include an opportunity for: Tea, Coffee and Chat Blood pressure check Height, weight, BMI Health advice and information
Take 5 and chat – parenting additional needs Take 5 and chat – Café Drop-in is for parents/carers of children (of any age) who have additional needs. Surround yourself with other parents and carers whilst enjoying homemade cakes and hot drinks in a friendly café-style setting!
The men’s and women’s movie nights, hosted at the Jam Jar Cinema just up the road from us, are a great chance for men and women to get together to watch a film. Past films have included Rush, The Railway Man and Suffragette. Have a chat with Colin Hall, our resident movie guru, to find out more. He can be contacted through the Church Office.