WGBC was dedicated 3rd February 1882. The church was planted by Charles Haddon Spurgeon. Before the church was built, services were held in a barn, which was part of farm land in the Green of Willesden.
WGBC a multigenerational, multicultural congregation is located at the heart of a busy culturally diverse community in Willesden High Road in North West London, in the Borough of Brent. Neighboring churches being the Anglican, Catholic and New Testament denominations. WGBC reflects its surroundings by being of multicultural membership made up of mainly Caribbean, African, Caucasians -mixture of British and European nationals, Filipinos, Brazilians and worshippers of other nationalities. We are a people who seek to fulfil our Christian call as indicated by our stripe line ‘Building a people of Praise, Purpose and Power’.
We unashamedly affirm our inability to be who God wants us to be and what He wants us to do with the help of His Spirit living and working in us. As this is what being a Christian truly means we live daily not just for ourselves but for a greater purpose; living to love God and serve His people despite our limitations and challenges. ‘Building a people of Praise, Purpose and Power’ is our lifelong ambition.
– Afternoon 1pm – 2:30pm
Sunday 15th December 1pm – Children’s Christmas Carol Service – Theme: Joy to the World a Saviour is Born”
6.30pm – Carols by Candlelight – Topic: Leap for Joy!
All the above led by a combined choir of youth and adults from all the congregations who worship at St Andrew’s
Sunday 22nd December – 1pm – Topic: “Jesus the Righteous Lord”
Wednesday 25th December – 11.30am – Christmas Day Service – Topic: “Jesus the Giver of Great Joy”
Sunday 29th December 2019 – the last service of 2019 – Topic: “Wise People Seek Jesus”
New Year’s Eve Service – Tuesday 31 December 10pm 2019 – 12.30am 2020 – Topic: “Joy in the LORD the God of our Salvation”
Sunday 5th January 2020 – 1pm – Thanksgiving and Recommitment Service
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