Special Events Of interest to all at Widcombe Baptist Church

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Easter Services

Come and join us at Widcombe Baptist Church

Good Friday Service
Friday 30th March
10.30 am - 11.30 am
A time of quiet meditation and communion

Easter Egg Trail
Friday 30th March
3.30 pm - 5.00 pm
Follow the Easter Egg Trail starting at the church. The route is pushchair friendly. The trail is followed by crafts and refreshments. Children to be accompanied by an adult.

Easter Sunday Service
Sunday 1st April
10.30 am - 11.30 am
A celebration of the resurrection of Jesus.

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Questions about God?

Come and Explore some of the bigger questions about the Christian Faith at Café Church. A relaxed time with refreshments, a talk from the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics and an opportunity to ask questions.

Reasons for God - by Andy Moore
8th April | 6.30 pm - 7.45 pm
We live in a world where our every claim requires an explanation, but is faith really blind? Has Science disproven God's existence or are there credible reasons for our belief in a God?

Has science disproved God? - by Sharon Dirckx
15th April | 6.30 pm - 7.45 pm
Does faith have a place in the laboratory? This talk will examine the relationship between Science and God by asking these questions and others: Historically, what has been the relationship between Science & God? How is it that Science is even possible? Does Science have limits? Where do the most persuasive answers lie to the big questions of life?

Where is God in suffering? - by Gareth Black
22nd April | 6.30 pm - 7.45 pm
How can God exist when there is such evil and suffering in our world? And if God does exist, why wouldn't He care enough to intervene and stop our suffering? This talk will explore why there are good reasons for trusting God with our experiences of suffering and evil.

Cooked Breakfast

Breakfast on Saturday 21st April 8:00 am - 9:15 am

Being a Christian in Politics - the challenges and pressures, how do you deal with them?

Sir Steve Webb was a local MP for 18 years, and Minister of State for Pensions in the Coalition Government 2010-2015. He introduced major reforms which made the pensions system fairer and allowed greater financial freedom.

Sir Steve has been a member of the cross-party Christians in Parliament, vice president of the Liberal Democrat Christian Forum, and Professor of Social Policy at the University of Bath.

This Breakfast is open to men and women from all the Churches in Bath and to Students. There will also be a Student Session from 9.30 - 10.00am

Please sign up here.