Resources, Updates, News and Pastoral.
Great News Regarding:
The Renovation of Cemetery Road Baptist Church Buildings.
Please click into the link below to view the PDF that tells you a little more about our Property Advisory Group and the new works starting to replace our old concrete roof tiles with slate in keeping with its listed status. Also see details regarding our Architect Tom Crooks and the organisations that have generously supported this venture CRB Church Press Release 22 July 2020
Urgent message from CLC Bookshop –
CLC really needs the support of local churches and their leaders in these days and in the days ahead. There are some big challenges before us, but increased local custom – together with prayer – will help us face up to them and, God willing, overcome them.
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News from the BMS
See this video below, produced for our Windrush Anniversary celebrations 2019 highlighting the Jamaican heritage of some of our members.
Pentecost People is a new 4-part Baptist Union resource exploring multi-ethnic worship featuring our Church.
From our recent 2018 Heritage Open Day, remembering the granting of women’s suffrage 100 years ago, we explored the theme of ‘women of faith’. This video reflects something of the important role of women in leadership and in supporting roles with our Church, as well as the multi-ethnic nature of our Christian family here.
In January 2019 we had a film unit with us creating a music video including our Congolese choir members – take a look.
In this film members of our Church share about what it means to be a Church member
From the late 1950s we have been blessed by members arriving from Jamaica and other West Indies Islands. Watch this video telling of personal stories of those Church members who came over in those early days.
Meet Alexis and Brave, members of our Congolese Fellowship, who share their stories of faith in leaving the DRC into a refugee camp in Burundi and then onto Sheffield. Their choir plays a significant part in our life together here at Cemetery Road Baptist Church.