Andy West

Interim Minister – Andy West

Andy joins us on a temporary basis to help and encourage the staff team and serve the trustees during a period of interregnum. He has been a Baptist minister for 20 years and is involved in church planting north of Doncaster. He is married to Tracy and they have 3 grown up children. He loves cycling, riding his motorbike and walking their dog. He also runs his own business.

God Bless

Family resources – click here

These links are designed to give families and young people ideas and resources to work on together or alone during this time of isolation.

Junior Church material =


Part 2 – Over 14’s – Living in the world part 2 (Over 14’s)

Part 2 Under 14’s – Living in the world part 2 (Under 14’s) – Copy

PART 1 – UNDER 14’S – Living in the world part 1 under 14’s

OVER 14’S – Living in the world part 1 Over 14’s

If you would like to access coloring pages then please follow this link –

5/7/2020 – World view 7 under 14’s World view 7 over 14’s

21/6/2020 – World view part 6 under 14’s World view part 6 Over 14’s

14/6/2020 – World view pt 5 under 14’s

World view pt 5 Over 14’s

7/6/2020 – World view pt 4 under 14’s

World view pt 4 over 14’s

31/5/2020 – World view over 14’s World view under 14’s

24/5/2020 – World view part 2 world view part 2  world view part 2 under 14’s

10/5/2020 = DCC_Action_Bible_colouring_pages_bookmarks

Over 14 years – World view part 1 -14 World view part 1 14+

Under 14 years –   World view part 1 -14


__________Previous junior church material_____________

26/4/2020 – Laziness 14+     Laziness under 14


19/4/2020 – Devotional time for 14 years old +

Devotional time junior church for 14 years old and below

Tips for praying with kids – How to pray with kids

Colouring work book – Fruit of the Spirit – Sunday School Works

Week A –  Ideas

Week B – Ideas – 2

Week C – Ideas – 3




Visitation material –

This includes a pastoral care plan (with instructions), a PDF with 4 post cards for posting through mail slots, and an individual JPG of the postcard so you can print it as necessary for you.
                              Covid-19 Help postcard 1

YBA resources –


For the latest YBA , BMS & Baptist Together News – Click here

This space will be allocated to the Yorkshire Baptist Association (YBA) for any updates, information and news that may be of relevance. As well as BMS and BUGB updates.

19/11/2020 –

15/10/2020 –

from Liz and Sergio Vilela Latest – 1020-Vilela

BMS letter


Below is a message from Revd. Graham Ensor

Newsletter 2003020

Latest message from Revd. Graham Ensor

resources –

For the latest Podcasts – Click here for more info

If you have missed any they can be found on the youtube channel Pastor Tony Harris


Latest Podcasts

30/11/2020 – Cyber Monday, Really??? –

26/11/2020 – Reading the Gospel of John –

20/11/2020 – Be courageous –

16/11/2020 – Be watchful –

9/11/2020 – Don’t forget – 

6/11/2020 – Wellies –

3/11/2020 – Be an anorak –

2/11/2020 – Rock on Tommy –

23/10/2020 – Popeye –

22/10/2020 – Be a spud –

20/10/2020 – Be a sprout! –

19/10/2020 – Are you a carrot? –

16/10/2020 – God is open all hours –

14/10/2020 – Peter Shepherd –

12/10/2020 – Only fools –

9/10/2020 – Are you a raggy doll –

8/10/2020 – Your gadgets –

6/10/2020 – Good words –

5/10/2020 – The ducks trousers –

2/10/2020 – Is He our world? –

1/10/2020 – I believe –


COVID 19 – Corona Virus update – Click for latest update from CRBC and BUGB


We want to keep you up-to-date with information and updates about Coronavirus from both the BUGB and professional opinion so that we can take appropriate action.

In light of the introduction of national lockdown in England from 5 January and the ongoing ‘alert level 4’ introduced across Wales on 20 December, the BUGB strongly encourages churches not to open their buildings for in-person meetings if at all possible.

The BUGB recognise that both the UK and Welsh Government guidelines allow churches to remain open during this period. However, given the significant increase in numbers of Covid-19 infections and pressure on the NHS, they advise churches to stand with the wider community in making every effort to limit the spread of the virus.

They will still support churches as they open their buildings to provide vital services to the local community, such as food banks, as has been the case throughout the pandemic.

They understand that geographical contexts differ across both England and Wales and are aware that the decision lies with the local church. Nonetheless they are also mindful of the pressure church leaders are under and the greater risk taken by all those involved in hosting open buildings for whom the BUGB have a duty of care.

This is a changing situation and the BUGB very much hope this will be their advice for only a short period.

The BUGB along with all at CRBC stand together in the hope we have in Christ and we are praying for all at this difficult time.

Our current advice can be found on the BUGB website essential guidance page.

is a very insightful piece from a practicing Christian  who is also a virologist and looks at a few reasons as to why it is safer for the church to remain closed for the foreseeable.



Listen@Home – Sermons available – click here

Sermons and worship online – Listen@Home – If you have missed a sermon then please visit our Facebook page or YouTube page “Pastor Tony Harris” for previous sermons.

This weeks sermon is from Matthew 4:1-11

Kids mini service –

The Welcome with Meghan –

Worship –

He still came –

What a friend we have –

Lord i need You –

How lovely is Your dwelling place –

The Sermon –

Sermon notes – Matthew 4 sermon notes

The Prayers with Andy –

Benediction with Carol –








Associate Minister: Meghan Byerly

Meghan joins us as part-time Associate Minister, alongside her PhD studies. As well as studying, she is doing some teaching in ethics for Northern Baptist College, Manchester.

She was previously Associate minister at Dronfield Baptist Church, and an intern minister Freemason Street Baptist Church, Norfolk, Virginia. She was educated and trained for ministry at George W. Truett Theological Seminary, Baylor University, Waco, Texas, and The Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, Virginia.

Meghan is married to Ryan and the mother of two wiggly boys, Tommy and Samuel. As a native of Texas who has only lived in England since Fall (editorial translation: Autumn!) 2015, she enjoys spending her spare time with all three of her boys exploring the local sites and taking in northern England’s culture, history, and way of life.

Contact Meghan at