Wednesday Club March Programme

Over the months and years members have enjoyed the visits of many exceptional people – and animals. So, our introduction to the rare breed of the Maine Coon Cat brought its own excitement. Continue reading ... Read More

HBC Hike Saturday, 17th February 2018

A lovely clear February morning saw 11 of us set off from Priors Frome, between Dormington and Mordiford, for a walk of about 6 miles on good tracks around Haugh Wood, set in rolling farmland. The weather was good and the chatter was constant so we barely noticed the miles ... Read More

Wednesday Club February Programme

Recently we much enjoyed a busy hands-on morning when we made our own Mors Bags, and a time when The Border Reelers folk group set our feet tapping with well-known country tunes. Continue reading ... Read More

Wednesday Club January Programme

Wednesdays, 10.15am – 12noon Forthcoming Programme: 10th January: Rev. Lynne Davis – “Opening a New Year”
17th January: Open Morning
24th January: John Platts – “A Policeman’s Lot”
31st January: Diane Bridges – “Little Daniel Community School, Luanshya, Zambia” We would like to wish everyone a
a Prosperous New Year ... Read More

HBC Hike 18th November 2017

It was a slightly drizzly morning but seven of us set off from the beautiful Italianate church at Hoarwithy on a circular 6 mile route on both sides of the Wye. The terrain was varied and fairly level and the chatter more than compensated for the weather and a few ... Read More

Wednesday Club December Programme

This month at Wednesday Club we held a very successful Coffee Morning with Bring & Buy in support of St. Michael’s Hospice. We were also treated to a culinary feast (samples from their wide range of prepared foods) by Wiltshire Farm Foods. And finally we did not go to the races, but ... Read More

Bonfire Night

As the winter was approaching and the nights drew in on 2017, the Price family invited the HBC youth band to light up their lovely country home with a BBQ, bonfire and some acoustic worship. We played a few of our favourite songs in the cold Autumn air, which was ... Read More

“From Hair to There”

For about 6 months now I have been considering the idea of shaving my hair for charity, I have always been interested in fundraising, and charity work is one of my career aspirations. Recently one of my best friends was diagnosed with a rare type of cancer (Hodgkin Lymphoma), and ... Read More

Royal Recognition for “Night Shift” Founders

TWO Hereford residents were honoured by the Queen on Tuesday, 10th May 2016 by receiving an invitation to a Buckingham Palace garden party, for their services to local revellers and partygoers. Brian and Mair Granthier, of Hill Farm, Dinedor, were prompted 13 years ago to create a safe and peaceful ... Read More

The L-Factor

During the 2013 Autumn half term some 30 – 40 children aged 5 to 11 filled the building of Hereford Baptist Church with healthy fun, laughter… and noise! The L-Factor took place on three afternoons with plenty of activities on offer. The close resemblance to a certain national competition of ... Read More

Wednesday Club Celebrates 40 Years

October 2015 marked a very important milestone for Hereford Baptist Church’s Wednesday Club for the over 50s, when members celebrated its 40th anniversary. It was October 1, 1975 that the late Mr Fred Porter welcomed some 50 members of the church’s congregation and their friends to its first meeting. The ... Read More

River Baptisms

Pentecost Sunday marked a special occasion in the history of Hereford Baptist Church when two members of the Young People’s group went through the act of Baptism in the River Wye. Senior Minister Antony Wareham and Youth Pastor Jason Borlase conducted the church’s first baptism in the river near the ... Read More