Back to School?
To find out more about our Home Mission vision click here
Book of Remembrance
Remembering loved ones and NWBA family members lost during Covid-19 pandemic click here
Midweek reflections
A series of short reflections for personal or group use
Gathering to Worship
Keep in touch with our regular gathering here
Thrive
A Network for Minister's Spouses click here
Latchford Learning Centre
Supporting local leaders and ministers click here
Churches Together in Cheshire
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Baptist Voice
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Baptist Building Fund
for information on loans for buildings developments click here

Covid-19: Caring for our Communities

The exterior of Latchford Baptist Church in Warrington sends out a message loud and clear that Baptists across North Wales and North West England would seek to echo. Although our buildings remain closed, they remain a visible presence in our communities that have the potential to signal a message of hope and support. Some churches have left prayer cards and leaflets outside their doors, others have even put up washing lines where people can hang their prayer requests. How can your buildings open or closed be a symbol of hope in our communities?

Many Baptist congregations are working with and for their local communities to offer support at this challenging time, and you can find out more about some of their stories here:

Hoole Baptist Church: Neighbourhood networks of support

Clayton-le-Moors Baptist Church: Working as part of the community hub

Farnworth Baptist Church: Foodbank and out of school facility

Ebenezer's Community Coffee Shop, Billington: Keeping the Community Together

Llanelwy Community Church: Parents and Toddlers online