WGBC provides spiritual welfare and social support to the needy in the church as well as in the local community. Our driving factor is that Jesus Christ commanded us to go into all the world and preach the Gospel and discipling them and their faith and trust in Jesus.
As a response to the needs of the community, the church provides support to the elderly and the housebound in our community by way of the Parish Nursing Ministry. This ministry is run by one of our members, Sr Cecilia, who with her team continues to visit the sick and those who are in need. Assistance continues to be given to the elderly of the church and in the community by regular home or hospital visits. Support are given in the form of giving advise on aspects concerning them, help in household chores , shopping, accompanying them to Doctor’s appointments, praying/encouraging them in the Word of God and fellowship to name a few.
Meets every other Friday evening during school term time from 7.30pm at Willesden Green Baptist Church. This season, it will recommence on 10th September 2021. An average of 70 people attend. Those attending are mainly homeless, alcoholics, suffering depression, generally poor in health, drug addicts. There is a teaching of God’s word and prayer as well as counselling to those who ask for it. A variety of people come to the church seeking practical help as well.
Resumes on Saturday 18th September at 9.30pm. If you wish to join the Football Academy, please contact Sandra Williams on 07399 756 117
We have yearly missions to different parts of the UK and Northern Ireland at Summer time by the members of the Church in partnership with other churches in the area.
Young Adults Ministry
Meets every Friday at 7.30pm during school term time. This continues to progress well with around 16-20 people attending weekly. It seems almost every week a new person attends and the group has now settled in well and opportunities are now given to members of the group to lead.
This continues to be an on-going work for members in different areas of church work to improve the quality of knowledge and so improve performance and for most to meet the Fire Assessment requirements .