Wychwood Baptist Church

Sundays

Sunday Services

Our Sunday services are an opportunity to meet together in praise, worship, and in prayer.  Taking time to explore God's word and what it means for us.  Sharing communion together as we celebrate what Jesus has done for us on the cross.

We are still meeting for all of the above - just not physically at the moment.  Instead, we're meeting together on zoom.

Even with the lifting of some restrictions from 4th July, the guidelines would limit our worship and currently, we believe, be more restrictive for us than continuing to meet via Zoom.  We'll be reviewing this for September.

One thing that hasn't changed, is that anyone is welome to join us. 

So - here's how to connect with us:

*Meeting ID & Password will be provided here by 10am on the Sunday morning

BY VIDEO

1 -  Click Here for a link into the service, then go to step 6, or ...

2 - Download the zoom ‘app’ on your smartphone / tablet                                                           or go to https://zoom.us if using a computer.

3 - Click on ‘join a meeting’

4 - Enter the following ’Meeting ID*’ - 978 4421 8915 Click ‘Join’

5 - Enter the following ‘Password*’ - 208120 Click ‘Join’

6 - Click ‘Join with Computer Audio’

           

BY TELEPHONE

1 - Dial 0208 080 6591

2 - You will hear a recorded message asking you to
‘Enter your Meeting ID followed by #’

3 - You will hear a recorded message asking you to
‘Enter your Meeting ID followed by #’, or just press #’
- Enter: #

4 - You will hear a recorded message asking you to
‘Enter your Meeting Password followed by #’

Written materials (songs, prayer items, passage with thoughts / questions for reflection, etc), are typically provided as a supplement to the above, and can be used as a standalone piece for those unable to connect with us over zoom.  

During the Summer (26th July - 6th September), we are doing things a little differently  

There will be no written service plan, but study resources in 1 John have been provided (along with prayer resources and hymn books), and will be used during Zoom service.

For a link to the 1 John study resource (from Goodbook Company) Click here