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Please pray for Benny Wilkinson, who has been taken into hospital with a suspected broken rib after a fall in his garden, in which he also injured his hip. Ben is in a lot of pain and has not been well recently. He needs all our prayers at this time. For our full roster of people who need our prayers

Harvest tea – and supper!

Why not come and join us at Conisbrough Baptist Church for our harvest tea, and supper  - and meet a new family of wonderful people?! Our harvest tea begins in the chapel, at Old Road, at 4pm on Sunday (October 2), and will be followed by a relaxed Harvest Festival service in a cafe-style atmosphere. The following Tuesday (October 4)

BIBLE STUDY is back!

Following our Covid 'shutdown' of activities, our Bible study group has now resumed its operations and you are welcome to join us on the first Tuesday of every month, from 3pm, in the church building.

Tea for tons – and tons for tea!

Conisbrough Baptist Church was packed for our annual Christmas crafts and tea event, two weeks before Christmas - as local people and children flooded in to help us celebrate Advent. Minister, the Rev. Ian Wright's brilliant retelling and explaining of the Christmas story - with scattered BOOMs, at which everyone had to throw up their hands - brought fun and

Christmas crackers

Our list of special Christmas events has now been finalised. These events are as follows, but in case you forget them, they may also be found on our EVENTS pages for December: December 10 @ 6.30pm: Carols at the Cenotaph; a Churches Together service with help from Conisbrough Music Fest December 12 @4.30pm: Food and Christmas Crafts at Conisbrough Baptist

Praying for others

The power of prayer has accomplished miracles and cannot be understated! If you wish us to hold others in our prayers, please CONTACT our Minister, Ian Wright with your prayer request and we will be happy to help where we can.  


Following the Covid-19 closures, our Thursday morning coffee mornings at the Baptist Chapel have now been re-instated. Coffee is served from 10am to noon in the chapel meeting room - ALL ARE WELCOME - where you can enjoy drinks and cake and a very sociable time with church members and local people. For those who wish to engage, a short


Following the Covid-19 church closures, Conisbrough Baptist Church is now fully up and running once more. Our Sunday service, which used to be held at 6pm, now begins in the chapel at 5.30pm. Because of Covid, we have begun live-streaming our services on YouTube, and every single service can be found HERE to view on our website.

Home and away!

Sunday services have returned to Conisbrough Baptist Church, following the long closure due to Covid - but you can also still watch us from the comfort of your home! The chapel has invested in video equipment that means that even though most of our regular worshipers have returned to services, those who want to play safe - or who can't

Face2Face is here!

Face2Face is here! After almost a full year of not being able to meet for services or social events, members of Conisbrough and Doncaster Baptist churches can finally wish each other a happy 2021 - via video link. Members of our churches have sent in short videos of themselves, which Adam Wright has kindly turned into a mini 'feature film'