Harvest Service 2021

Our Harvest celebration this year will be on Sunday 17th October 2021. This year we will be supporting Operation Agri in their 2021 Appeal 'Uganda – Go for Growth'.

We’ll begin our celebrations at 9.30 am with breakfast. Please join us at the church and share fellowship with refreshments, toast and pastries. All welcome.

Morning Service time change

If you are coming to our morning service, in person or watching live on Facebook, please note that from Sunday 5th September, we will now be meeting from 10:30am.

Connecting with GHBC

Sunday Gatherings

We are organising our Sunday meetings around the guidelines issues by the Government and by the Baptist Union. However we are in a fast moving and rapidly changing environment and we have to balance our desire to meet with the need to keep everyone safe. It’s important, to the Diaconate, to continue to support and lead the fellowship in the best way we can.

A beacon of hope - Vision Update from Steve

Our meetings have been limited recently, however the work of Steve, Jacob and the Deacons to develop and shape our church for the future goes on. Steve has produced a new Vision Update newsletter for us, explaining recent changes in the way we are organised and encouraging us to put our trust in God.

Further Information:
Download this file (202012VisionUpdate.pdf)202012VisionUpdate.pdf[Vision Update]397 kB

Member Meeting 24th June

The members meet to discuss and decide the church's future actions and directions, it is important that church members attend in order to ensure everyone gets their say.

This meeting will discuss future possibilities including the summer and returning to church, policy, training and vacancies.

GHBC wins £5,000 award

We were recently awarded £5,000 toward our Bags of Hope project by the Wiltshire Community Foundation to help us continue our work. With closures and redundancies announced across Swindon, Bags of Hope is set to become an important link in the ideas we have to help the needs of our community.

If you can help in anyway, or you you could use a bag of food, do contact Heather and the team.

See what Swindon Advertiser had to say about our Bags of Hope.