As we continue our series “God’s Work done in God’s Way” we get to Nehemiah 5 and the theme of Opposition Within. How do we deal with criticism? What about righteous anger? This is the sermon guide for further study during the week.
We have lots of events happening over this Christmas season from all age services to traditional carols by candlelight, why not join us as we take time to focus on that first Christmas, the Joy of the World.
In November 2013 we welcomed our new minister, Revd Tim Haines to St Helens.
Tim comes to us from the town of Weston super Mare in the South West of England, if you don’t know it, he assures us it’s the cultural epicentre of England! He has been in ministry for 5 years having studied at Spurgeons college whilst ministering in London and Weston super Mare, before moving to northern Thailand as a short term volunteer with BMS World Mission.
He has a passion for presenting the gospel through engaging preaching and practical displays of God’s love in local mission. He is expectant, and excited for all that God has done, is doing, and will do in and through the local church here at SHBC for God’s glory, our good and the kingdom of God’s growth here on earth.
Why not come along and say hi?
On the first Saturday of every month we hold a men’s prayer breakfast to seek Gods will for the Church in St. Helens. We meet at 8:30 am until 10 am, everyone is welcome so please join us on Saturday the 6th of April.
St. Helens Baptist Church has joined with the Trussell Trust and other churches in St. Helens to form St. Helens foodbank. Ourselves along with the Christian Life Centre, Atherton street are the two hubs in St. Helens, this means that we distribute the food to people who have obtained vouchers. To find out who qualifies for vouchers please ring Beryl @ CLC on 01744 617148.
if anyone wishes to donate to the foodbank we are open on Thursdays from 11 until2 and Saturdays from 10 until 1.
CLC are open Monday to Friday from 9am onwards.
2 Corinthians Chapter 9 verses 6 to 15.
The Capstone Cafe is run by Hardshaw Area Tenants and Residents Association and St. Helens Baptist Church on Thursdays from 11 am till 2 pm and Saturday from 10 am till 1 pm. We sell great coffee and all moneys raised go towards projects in the local area.
Sunday 12th December
Carols with the Pilkington Choir
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We are holding a special service on Saturday 11th September at 3pm to mark the re-opening of the church after refurbishments. All are welcome to attend but it would be helpful if you could let us know if you will be attending so that we can make sure enough seats and refreshments are available.
We will be joined by our regional minister Revd Andrew Funnell and our guest speaker will be Revd Phillip Fell from the Christian Life Centre.
After several months away from our building, we will be returning to our newly refurbished premises this week. Our first Sunday worship service back at Hall St will be on Sunday 1st August at 10:45am.
Our Church Meeting on Thursday 29th July will also be held at Hall St.
Work has now started on Phase I of our building project and today uncovered newspapers and foundation laying service details behind a stone in a wall that was removed yesterday. Amongst the papers was a copy of The Baptist from 2nd November 1888.
You can find out more about the project and see pictures of progress on the Cornerstone Project page.
Please note: we are meeting at St Johns Ambulance Hall on Standish St during the alterations.