Treat or Treat

Come along and join us on October 31st for a fun Halloween alternative…
There will be hot drinks, cake and hotdogs, crafts and games for the children, fire pits for making s’mores and of course, plenty of sweets! Entrance is free! ... Read More

Totstop

Totstop is a play group for under 5s and their parents/carers, every Friday during term time between 10am-11.45am. No need to book, just come along. Our sessions are informal and mostly consist of free play. We also have a craft activity table, story time and music most weeks. Refreshments for ... Read More

Welcome

You are welcome to join us in person for our Sunday morning services at 10.30am.  No need to book, socially-distanced seating available ... Read More

Welcome back to children and families!

Childrens’ groups have restarted and it’s great to welcome families back into the building! We have two groups running for ages 3-11years, on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sunday of each month. We are following current Covid guidelines to keep all our children safe. The first Sunday of each month ... Read More

How to join us each week for our Sunday Services

Each week we will be streaming our Sunday morning service, live on our website and our Facebook page. The service will start at 10.30am. You can watch on our website by clicking HERE. Or on Our Facebook page by clicking HERE. The new sheet which contains the readings for the ... Read More

Resolving Sound Issues

When you open the video in our website it will be set on mute (unfortunately this is the default, so we can’t change it). To get sound: Move your mouse over the video, you will then see the speaker symbol in the bottom right corner. Turn the sound up and ... Read More

Information for Live Streaming

Sundays at HBC Firstly, on Sunday morning, HBC will be streaming live for the first time! Please have bread and wine (or a substitute) ready as we will be sharing communion during the service. The service will last between 30-40minutes and will start at 10.30am. You can watch live Sunday ... Read More

Christmas at Hereford Baptist Church

We would love you to join us as we celebrate Christmas at HBC ... Read More

Autumn Amble

The HBC Hiking Group’s October walk was a gentle circular affair of about 5 miles, starting near Prior’s Frome and heading through intermittent woodland towards Upper Dormington, then Perton and southwards to Checkley, where we were given the chance to visit the small church of St Nicholas, beautifully decorated for ... Read More

HBC Hikers at Begwns

The hike in September took place in the Begwns, a National Trust owned upland area near Hay-on-Wye, and was led by a friend of the Maesyronnen Chapel, one of Wales’ oldest non-conformist places of worship. This was a longer than anticipated trek for the 9 of us, topping almost 10 ... Read More

Summer Strolls

HBC Hiking Group have enjoyed beautiful weather for their last two outings. Our walk in July was a gentle and level affair of about 6 miles, starting from HBC and along the Wye to Breinton, where we were fortunate to find the church open for viewing. In August, we travelled ... Read More

Wednesday Club July Programme

Well into the June heatwave, some ‘cooling-off’ relief was offered by Janet and Juergen when they shared their recent travel experiences entitled “Switzerland by Train”.
July’s programme features a series of talks and demonstrations about English coinage by Ian Haines, before Revd Ruth Hulse will send us in to our ... Read More

Men on Bikes

Eight HBC men of diverse ages gathered with their bikes on the morning of Saturday, 22nd June 2019 for a ride in perfect cycling weather, not too warm or too breezy. Continue reading ... Read More

Llanthony Priory to Offa’s Dyke

The weather forecast for Saturday, 15th June was not great but the slight drizzle stopped just as we arrived at Llanthony Priory (founded in the 12th Century) and ten hikers and three dogs enjoyed what turned out to be a lovely morning. Continue reading ... Read More

HBC May Hike

Our May hike was a little more strenuous than our average, though not so unusual when led by the lovely David P, to whom many thanks for a wonderful day out. Continue reading ... Read More

Wednesday Club May Programme

Wednesday Club always strives to bring new experiences to our members. When Liz Donavan brought a full set of bell plates and, after a short introduction, held a “Masterclass”, there were many volunteers eager to try their hands at them. It wasn’t a master performance, but the concerted enthusiasm fully ... Read More

Wednesday Club April Programme

Open Mornings have proved to be a wonderful opportunity for members to share with us their special interests. So it was in March when Ian Haines introduced us to a small part of his extensive collection of often rare coins, such as 50p coins with the wrong number of sides, ... Read More

Spring is Sprung – HBC Hikers

In February, HBC Hikers started from Sutton St Nicholas school and walked a circular route of around 6.5 miles in good weather, via Hawkersland, Preston Wynne and Sutton Walls. Thanks to David P for leading. Continue reading ... Read More

Murky Marcle Ridge

Not daunted by a bit of drizzle and mist, a group of HBC hikers enjoyed a walk along Marcle Ridge on Saturday, 19th March, led my Mike C. Panoramic (normally) views from the Ridge were somewhat obscured on this occasion but it didn’t matter and a good time was had ... Read More

Undulating Autumn Ambles

HBC Hiking Group has been lucky with the weather this autumn. We had a beautiful day for Hergest Ridge in October, as previously reported. In November we started at a Wye Valley viewpoint south of Fownhope and enjoyed wonderful views on our 6 mile route via Brockhampton and How Caple ... Read More

Treat or Treat 2018

Treat or treat… “the light shines in the darkness and the darkness has never put it out” John 1:5 On a wet and misty evening we returned to Central Avenue park on the 31st October with bright lights and a different way to do Halloween!
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Hergest Ridge Hike

Saturday 20th October 2018 saw a group of HBC hikers start from the lively border town of Kington and climb gently up to Hergest Ridge, one of the oldest east-west routes across the border into Wales. Near the top of the ridge we found a group of monkey-puzzle trees, a ... Read More

Garden Party for the Stonebow Unit

On Tuesday a group of over twenty joined staff and patients in the grounds of the Stonebow Unit for a summer garden party. We sung a selection of well-known secular and Christian songs, ably led by our musicians Jon and Dij Priday, Ollie Bayliss and Jo Pirez. It was good ... Read More

Brecon Beacons Beckoning

HBC Hiking group undertook a slightly steeper test on Saturday, 21st July. We set off from the foot of the Fan ridge, below Pen-y-Fan in the Brecon Beacons but on the west side of the A470 from Brecon to Merthyr Tydfil.
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Kilpeck and Cole’s Tump

The HBC Hiking Group, having given prior permission for the Royal Wedding and the Cup Final to take place on the same day, set off from Kilpeck in warm sunshine on the morning of 19th May, 2018. We started from the lovely little Norman church in Kilpeck and inspected a ... Read More

Malvern Sunshine

HBC hikers met on Saturday 21st April and walked and chatted in lovely sunshine around the south-eastern edge of the Malvern hills from Hollybush to the A449 just below British Camp. There, we lingered at the cafe for ice cream before a short steep climb up to the Herefordshire Beacon ... Read More