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Our Pastor Calvin Julian-Jones invites you to join us

for our Sunday service @ 10.30 including our Sunday Club (S-Club) for children of all ages. All are welcome.

Upcoming Events

Sunday 24th September @ 10.30am

New Sermon Series on

The Book of Amos

 

 

 

Sunday 17th September

9.45am Continental Breakfast R.S.V.P.

10.30am All Age Service on Prayer

 

 

 

Sunday 10th September @ 10.30am

“Dare to Believe”

A Special Week of Prayer Begins

Today. 

 

 

Sunday 27th August @ 10.30am

“RUN THE RACE”

ALL AGE SERVICE

All Welcome.

 

 

 

 

Sunday 20th August @ 10.30am

Last in Series

“Transformed Living”

Put on The Armour of God

 

 

 

Sunday 23rd July @10.30am

ALL AGE SERVICE

THE GOOD SAMARITAN

Followed by a Bar-b-que

r.s.v.p. Wednesday 19.7.17.

Adults £3 Children £1.50

 

 

Sunday 18th June @ 10.30am

Come and celebrate

Father’s Day

with us at our All Age Service

 

 

Sunday 11th June @ 10.30am

“Serving God Together”

“you are a chosen people, a royal

priesthood, a holy nation, a people

belonging to God, that you may declare

the praises of Him who called you out

of darkness into His wonderful light.”

 

 

 

Sunday 4th June @ 10.30am

PENTECOST SUNDAY

Come and celebrate The Birhtday

of The Church of Jesus Christ!

 

 

 

Sunday 28th May @ 10.30am

Conclusion of Job Series

JOB RESTORED

 

 

Sunday 21st May @ 10.30am

DIY PRAISE

Testimony, promises

Songs & Prayers.

 

 

Sunday 14th May @10.30am

ALL AGE SERVICE

God Takes Care of us.

“Noah and the animals”

 

 

Sunday 7th May @ 10.30am

Series on Job:

God Speaks to Job

 

 

 

Sunday 30th April @ 10.30am

Series on Job:

A Life Pleasing to God

 

 

Sunday 9th April @ 10.30am

PALM SUNDAY

Jesus Our Mediator.

 

 

Sunday 26th March

@ 10.30am

Mothering Sunday Service.

 

The Children will be making Mothers’

Day Presents and all the ladies at the

service will be given a Gift.

We hope you can come and join us as

we celebrate Mothers Today.

 

 

Sunday 19th March

@ 10.30am

Series on The Book of Job

6… “Life’s NOT Fair!”

 

 

 

 

Sunday 26th February

10.30am

Sermon Series on The Book of Job

Chapter 3

“A Dead Man Walking”

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday 15th January

10.30am

Are you wearing Royal Robes

or Grave clothes?

John 11:1-44

 

 

 

Sunday 25th December

10.00am

All Age Christmas service

Everyone welcome.

 

 

 

Sunday 18th December

4th Sunday in Advent

10.30amThe Little star who couldn’t twinkle”

Nativity Play All Age Service

Followed by Festive refreshments

6.30pm Carols by Candlelight

followed by Refreshments.

Come and celebrate Christmas with us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday 11th December

3rd Sunday in Advent 2016

10.30am “Jesus The Good SHEPHERD.”

 

 

 

Sunday 27th November

1st Sunday in Advent 2016

10.30am “Jesus The LIGHT of The World.”

Come on a journey with us this Advent to

discover The Greatest Gift.

 

 

Sunday 13th November

Remembrance Sunday

10.30am

“Lest We forget.”

 

 Operation Christmas Child

Sunday 13th November

Please return your shoe boxes by this date.

Last year 11 million boxes were delivered

in over 100 countries.

Please take a box and a leaflet available at

the Church.

 

 

Sunday 30th October

 @ 10.30am

We continue our Sermon Series

on PRAYER

This week - “How to Pray”

 

 

 

 

Sunday 9th October

Christians Against Poverty

Sunday @10.30am

 

Sunday 2nd October

HARVEST ALL AGE SERVICE

 

Sunday 18th September 

THE BIG WELCOME

 9.45am The Big Breakfast   RSVP 16.9.16.

10.30am The Big Welcome Service

We invite you to come and visit us today or any Sunday you are free.

 

 

 

Sunday August 7th @ 10.30am

Come and celebrate Oliver’s Dedication .

 

 

 

 

May 27-29 2016

BIG CHURCH DAY OUT  weekend

Tickets Adult: £55.00  5-16: £37.00  under 5: £2.00

 

Sunday 15th May 2016

10.30am

Celebrate the Day of Pentecost

 

  

 

Sunday March 27th

10:30am Easter Sunday

 

 GOOD FRIDAY 25th MARCH 2016

We will be joining the other Wokingham Churches as

part of our Easter 2016 Celebrations today.

11.00am St Theresa’s Roman Catholic Church

             Good Friday Service & Refreshments.

This will be followed by a procession to the Market Square.

12.00pm EASTER PLAY performed by STAGEFRIGHT

Come along if you can, All Welcome

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Latest Events

 Sunday 31st July

we held an afternoon tea which was enjoye dby all who came and we raised £124.00 to add to our Gift Day fund which is for the work currently being undertaken in the church building. 

 

 

 

It is generally thought that Sindlesham Baptist Church began to meet in 1828, planted by a group of believers from the Milton Road Baptist church in the centre of town – Sindlesham at that time would have been a rural village a couple of miles north of Wokingham on the Reading road.

Times change and now Sindlesham and Winnersh comprise a substantial residential area approaching 10,000 population with new development continuing. It is bordered by Lower Earley and the Woosehill area of Wokingham, with Arborfield, another area scheduled for development, a short way south-west.

The original church planters would find a vastly different culture to their formal way or worship, with songs and videos projected, casual-but-smart dress and hardly a tie to be seen (and not hats!). Music is contemporary, usually led by a church band of guitars, keyboard and vocalists and the preaching and prayers address here-and-now issues.

One thing they would look for, and find, is a reliance on the word of God in all matters of church life and discipling. Members have a familiarity with the Bible, probably read it daily and use it for worship and following the preacher’s line of argument.

They would look for, and find, a baptistry or small pool – it’s concealed by the platform – which can be filled with water for the believer’s baptism which involves complete, if momentary, immersion. This symbolises the dying to the old life, the washing and cleansing from sin that the encounter with Jesus brings, and rising up again as a new spiritual creation into a new life as a disciple. Generally people have taken those decisions before they ask to be baptised, but there is real power in the public declaration and action. This practice is the model found in the Bible, which is why we uphold it, together with many other newer denominations and streams which take the Bible examples as their guide to church life and practice. However the first Baptist church in England is said to date from 1609, started in London by one John Smyth and there are several in Berkshire which date from the mid-1600s.

In 2010 The church called its current part-time Pastor and Team Leader, Rev Calvin Julian-Jones, who is heading up its leadership team and helping discover the next chapter of God’s plan.