Renew 88 Launches

Renew 88


Wellbeing space opens in Knaphill

 On 18 October, Knaphill Baptist Church will open a Renew Wellbeing hub. The church will be open on Monday afternoons 2:00–4:00pm and Friday mornings 10:00am– 12:00noon as a quiet shared space where it’s OK not to be OK. The project takes its name from the national charity Renew Wellbeing, . . . → Read More: Renew 88 Launches

Parents and Toddlers re-opening

Parent and Toddlers

We’re really pleased that we can finally re-open our Toddler group. It will necessarily be a little different to how it was 18 month ago, but it’s still the same idea – come and have a chat, the children can play with a vast array of toys, before everyone coming together at the end to . . . → Read More: Parents and Toddlers re-opening

Knaphill Summer Fayre

KBC at Knaphill Fayre

Good to meet you at Knaphill’s Summer Fayre – we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! 

Look out for more pictures in Woking’s News and Mail this week. 


New Children’s Choir Starting!

Children's choir singing

After the Summer, if Covid-19 regulations allow, a children’s choir will start in Knaphill. We aim at children from about 5 to 9 years old. We will sing Christian songs, but everyone is welcome to join in!

We will meet from September onwards for a number of weeks to prepare a Christmas performance! Place . . . → Read More: New Children’s Choir Starting!

Climate Sunday 2021

Churches across the UK have been invited to hold a climate-focused service on any Sunday before COP26 is held in Glasgow in November 2021. The vision is to leave a lasting legacy of thousands of churches better equipped to address this critical issue as part of their discipleship and mission and to make a significant . . . → Read More: Climate Sunday 2021

Baptist Assembly Online

Baptist Assembly 2021

We joined with churches across England and Wales for the final worship of the 2021 Virtual Baptist Assembly. With over 5,000 logged in viewers, probably representing 20,000 attendees, it was by the far the largest Baptist Assembly meeting ever. Shane Colborne spoke powerfully on the Parable of the Good Samaritan, using illustrations from his own . . . → Read More: Baptist Assembly Online

We’re Open!!!

We're Open

After 5 months with the doors closed, we are open again!  We’re back worshipping in church. It’s still not what we’d want, with social distancing, masks and no singing, but it’s another step back to normality. 

But we’ve learnt that Online has an important place in Church life, and we’re planning to go on delivering . . . → Read More: We’re Open!!!

Lockdown Anniversary – Remembering

Lockdown Remembered

23rd March 2021 marked the first anniversary of lockdown. KBC joined with the country in marking this sombre anniversary, reflecting on a year that has seen the pain of loss for many, and turmoil and stress, or anguish and loneliness for others. . . . → Read More: Lockdown Anniversary – Remembering

An Induction to remember

Pieter and Hetty

For any church the induction of a new minister is something special. It marks the start of a new chapter in the life of the church, and usually comes after a period of inter-regnum, when there has been no  minister for an extended period of time, making it an exciting time for any church.

If . . . → Read More: An Induction to remember

2021 Verse of the Year

Isaiah 46:4b: “I have made you and I will carry you; I will sustain you and I will rescue you.”

We invited our incoming Minister, Rev Pieter Lalleman, who starts with us on Jan 30th, to choose and preach our verse of the year for 2021.

He chose Isaiah 46 v4(b), and whilst the verse . . . → Read More: 2021 Verse of the Year

Our Theme for 2021

“I have made you and I will carry you; I will sustain you and I will rescue you.”

Isaiah 46:4b