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Social Action and Mission Challenge

Social Action and Mission Challenge

Last Sunday morning as part of Social Action Sunday Matt Town challenged us to step out of our comfort zones, step up and step into people’s worlds by listening, helping and caring. In the evening service Simon Roper continued the social action theme with ‘the last, the least and the lost’. If you weren’t at church don’t miss the opportunity this Sunday to pick up one of our Social Action and Mission Challenge cards. From praying and giving, to volunteering and taking action, the card contains a range of things we can consider as we seek to share the Gospel through demonstration and proclamation in our city and beyond.

You can also download one of the cards in PDF format here.

The Social Action Team



We are looking for a Church Operations Manager. This is a paid senior leadership role, designed to facilitate the effectiveness and growth of the Church through the provision of operational organisation and management of the extensive and varied activities undertaken by the Church. The role’s aim is to release the Ministry Team from management functions and to give full support to all the ministries of the Church, providing the practical framework to enable the church to fulfil the vision to which God has called it. If you would like an informal chat about the post please speak to Andy Cave or Mark Elder. Closing date is noon on 3 May 2018. Interview date 10 May 2018.

We are also looking for a Personal Assistant to the Senior Minister. This is a permanent role – 6 hours per week. The Church is seeking to appoint an experienced administrator to this new role to provide professional and efficient administrative support to the Senior Minister. If you would like an informal chat about the post please speak to Andy Cave or Mark Elder. Closing date is noon on 27 April 2018. Likely interview date is 10 May 2018.

Full details of both positions can be found at

This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people, and adults at risk, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

When I’m Cleaning Windows?

When I’m Cleaning Windows?

Join us for Ukulele Night on Friday 8th June, 7-9pm.

Live music, canapes and mocktails in celebration of the Upton Jazz Festival.

Tickets are £10 each.

Booking is essential due to limited places. To book your place visit:

Building Community Challenges

Building Community Challenges

April: Thank you!  Send a message of thanks to someone in the church.

The Parents’ Guide to Mental Health and Wellbeing in Young People

The Parents' Guide to Mental Health and Wellbeing in Young People

Parenting young people is both a joy and challenge. Seeing them struggle can be deeply worrying and can often leave us feeling powerless to help. We are hosting 3 evening workshops that will explore how you can understand what is happening to young people and how you can support them through life’s challenges.

Session 1: 27th April 7-9pm – Is it all in the head?
Session 2: 18th May 7-9pm – Catching the wave
Session 3: 22nd June 7-9pm – Supporting in distress

Booking now open with a suggested donation of £20 for the three sessions. Refreshments will be available. Please see Amy for more info.

Book online at

Theology’s a big deal

Do you wish you had more time to reflect on the key issues of our day? Do you share a passion to do theology well at the coal face of ministry and mission? Would you love to spend two days engaging with eminent theologians who will stretch your thinking, with plenty of time for discussion, interaction, and good food and hospitality? Whether you’re a church leader, part of a leadership team, a student, or just interested in theology, you’ll love Summer Theology School 2018.

The third Fresh Streams Theology School 2018 will be hosted at St. Peter’s Baptist Church in Worcester on 14th and 15th June.

For more details and full ticket information click here.

Vision Evening: Acts 1:8

Vision Evening: Acts 1:8

On 11th and 12th October 2017 Mark introduced the Acts 1:8 vision to the church, a vision for a new season. Many who see St Peter’s Baptist Church as their spiritual home were there at one of the events in person, with others joining in via Facebook Live. If you weren’t able to attend, or don’t have access to Facebook, you can watch Thursday’s event on our YouTube channel, or on this website via the links below.

You can also hear Mark’s sermon on vision from the previous Sunday here. Read more

10 years of St Peter’s Baptist Church

10 years of St Peter's Baptist Church

As we celebrate the 10th Anniversary of St Peter’s Baptist Church in Worcester, let’s take a look back through the years…. Read more

Mark’s outline on Guidance Framework

Mark’s slides from his sermon in the morning service on Sunday 10th January: Read more

Christmas 2016 video

Did you miss your Christmas Day service. Catch up with the Christmas story, as told by the children of St Peter’s Baptist Church, here:

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