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Blenheim Baptist Church


Description.

We are a small but growing church enjoying the new premises that God has provided for us.

God has been challenging us about being an attractional community in an attractive building and we seek to base what we do on the example and teaching of Jesus as found in the Beatitudes

WORSHIP SERVICES.

We meet together for public worship every Sunday morning at 10.45. The services are a mixture of traditional and modern worship with a focus on good bible teaching. On the 1st Sunday of Month we have our communion service

We use a data projector for readings, songs and sermons. Our music group is growing and often includes piano, guitars, banjo, drums, clarinet and sax. We try to get as many people involved in our services as possible because we’re all gifted and called to serve.


CELL GROUPS

Cell groups are a key part of Blenheim Baptist Church and an excellent way to meet other people in our church and grow spiritually. If you are not already in a group why not consider joining one!

Our groups meet in different locations and at different times

What happens at a cell group?

Well that depends on the group as each has its own particular flavour. Some study the bible in depth, others meet together primarily for fellowship and prayer.


What are the different groups?


Beta Group- meets at the Church building on a sessional basis, normally every week for a few weeks then a short break. Most of our students go to this group. It meets on a Wednesday Eve at 7.30pm until about 9.30pm. Ed Jackson, one of the deacons coordinates this group.


The Roundhay Cell Group- Meet 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month at a member's home. Follows a varied programme. For more details contact David Humphries .

Prayer, Praise and Ponder-- This group meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursday Eve of each month at 7.30 at a members home in the Headingley/Meanwood area. Again this groups follows a varied programme but is more reflective. For more details please contact Liz Dall.

Coffee with a Purpose- This group meets on the 1st Tuesday of the month at 10.30am. This is well attended by older members of the congregation and led by a former pastor. For more details contact David Humphries


Additional Information.

Blenheim Baptist Church is located in between the two universities on Blackman Lane and part of a new development of student accommodation and teaching block.

Cars cannot be parked on Blackman Lane between 8.00am-6.00pm Mon-Sat. There are a few 1 hour parking spaces on Woodhouse Lane. The University car park provides spaces in the evening and weekends at a cost of £5.00 a day. The shoppers car park (for which you need to pay) can be found 100 yards down the main road into the city centre.

Bus numbers 1, 6, 95, 97. From city centre to the Fenton Pub opposite old BBC, from Headingley to the Blackman Lane stop opposite church. Free bus from railway station to Leeds Met. University then walk along Woodhouse Lane to Blackman Lane.


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