CAP Money:Course

The CAP Money Course is a revolutionary money management course that teaches people budgeting skills and a simple, cash-based system that really works.

This course will help anyone to get more in control of their finances, so they can save, give and prevent debt. The CAP Money Course is a course devised by the award winning debt counselling charity, Christians Against Poverty.

Please join us on our 3 money course days all at 7.30-9pm at the church. The 3 days are

  • Day 1: Wednesday 14th October
  • Day 2: Wednesday 21st October
  • Day 3: Wednesday 04th October

Please come back again to find out more details.

Looking forward to seeing you soon,

the CAP Money Course Team

Woolwich Central Baptist Church's Holiday Club

Welcome to our 8th annual Holiday Club for everyone aged 5 to 11 years old. We are planning 5 days of fun filled learning: arts, crafts, stories, and dancing. Below is the topic we will study for each day.

  • Day 1: Never too many mistakes Matthew 16:18, John 18:1-27, Acts 2 
  • Day 2: Never too ordinary Acts 6 
  • Day 3: Never too near or far Acts 8:26-39 
  • Day 4: Never too bad Acts 9:1-31
  • Day 5: Never too young Acts 16, 1 Timothy 4, 2 Timothy 1 

Please come back again to find out more details.

Looking forward to seeing you soon,

the Holiday Club Team

Come celebrate

Easter is the most important part of the Christian calendar. We have a range of events for adults and children alike. Come worship and celebrate with us.

 

Good Friday

  • Good Friday Reflective Service 9 30am-10 30am (at WCBC)
  • Walk of Witness with other churches in the area from Trinity Methodist Church to WHSmith on Powis Street 11am

 

Saturday 4th April

  • Easter Children's activities 3-5pm at WCBC

 

Easter Sunday

  • Communion Service 8-9am
  • Breakfast 9am-10am
  • Easter Service 10 30am-12 noon

 

Woolwich Central Baptist Church's Superhero Party

Welcome to our 7th annual Superhero party for everyone aged 5 to 11 years old. We are planning 2 hours of fun filled learning: games, arts and crafts, and stories.

We do not celebrate Halloween at Woolwich Central Baptist Church. While Halloween is a time of fun and dressing up for many, it does have a less wholesome past and continues to involve darker elements. As a church, we not endorse any of this. Instead, we consistently create at atmosphere where children can deepend their personal relationship with Jesus whilst enjoying fun and games in the process. As a consequence, parents can bring their children to an environment where they do not have to worry about what the rest of the world is doing on the 31st of October.