Time to Reflect…Time to Re-evaluate

Time to Reflect…Time to Re-evaluate

As some restrictions are in the process of being eased, it’s only natural that church leaders begin to consider what this may mean for church communities in the coming months. Rather than making plans to ‘return to normal’ however, this is an ideal opportunity to talk...
Reaching & Teaching Children During Lockdown

Reaching & Teaching Children During Lockdown

When Boris Johnson announced that we were going in to lockdown and that we wouldn’t be able to meet together as church in the usual way, Rhiannon Price’s first thought was, “What about the children?”. Corsham Baptist Church’s family worker shares with us...

GDPR – Registering with the ICO

As churches prepare for the new Data Protection Regulations, several have asked us whether they need to register with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). Our reply comes from the Baptists Together ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ document on...

Data Protection and our churches

Many of you will be aware that new Data Protection Regulations, GDPR, are coming into force in May 2018. This will have profound implications for the way many charities work, especially those who have large mailing lists for fundraising purposes. Churches will need to...
Does your church have a Health and Safety policy?

Does your church have a Health and Safety policy?

As we enter a season of summer events and activities, WEBA Association Manager Rob English would like to make sure all our churches are aware of guidelines regarding Health and Safety policies. The following notes are from guidelines produced by Baptist Insurance: Do...
Discipleship at the Core

Discipleship at the Core

Nigel Coles’ thoughts on our ‘Core Convictions’ theme for this year. At the end of the WEBA AGM on the 20th June, WEBA’s Senior Regional Minister Nigel Coles  spoke briefly on the theme we’ve chosen for 2016 – Discipleship at the...