Tyndale Baptist Church’s building is closed again due to the pandemic restrictions

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Join us online for a pre-recorded Morning Worship service at 10.30 am each Sunday or Virtual Coffee Shop on Tuesdays at 11 am. Read a Thought for the Day or what has been Shared With Us by church members.

Share With Us

Supporting each other in all sorts of ways in the present situation is vital, of course; and as well as personal contact, phone calls etc, it would be good to support each other mentally and spiritually – if you have a favourite book, poem, hymn, film, story, humorous anecdote, website etc and would like to let others know please email the details to tyndale.baptist@gmail.com for inclusion here.

Listening to God, listening to each other – Ben Lucas

In a joint project with the Faith and Society Specialist Team, Baptists Together Mission Forum and The Fuelcast we are offering a series of films where people from all corners of the Baptist Family share how they have heard God speaking during 2020. This film features Ben Lucas. Ben, who with his wife Emma and […]

Listening to God, listening to each other – Wale Hudson-Roberts

‘How important it is for us to actually develop and cultivate relationships from outside of our four walls, to be Jesus with others beyond the building’ In a joint project with the Faith and Society Specialist Team, Baptists Together Mission Forum and The Fuelcast we are offering a series of films where people from all […]

Listening to God, listening to each other – Steve Finamore

‘We can think afresh about our neighbourhoods and engage in mission practice that really fits. We can avoid programs all together and just encourage people to get on with making relationships with their neighbours. This opens all kinds of possibilities it’s a fantastic opportunity for the church to be renewed.’ In a joint project with […]

DNA Journey

We asked 67 people from all over the world to take a DNA test. It turns out they have much more in common with other nationalities than they thought[…]

The Three Engineers

John Briggs’ experience with his computer (Thought for the Day, 23rd September) reminded me of the story of the three engineers: There were three engineers in a car which had broken down. The mechanical engineer said it was the transmission, so got a spanner and crawled about underneath doing things. It still wouldn’t go. ‘No’, said […]

Something to ponder

I recently read a review of a book about Neanderthals.  Rebecca Wragg Sykes argued that they did not simply die out, overwhelmed by the up-and-coming homo sapiens.  On the contrary, there was some interbreeding between the two species and, indeed, many (most?) of us have Neanderthal DNA in our makeup. The existence of the extinct […]

A folk memory from the Viking invasions

As I sit at my computer, I look out from my study window across the churchyard to the medieval tower of Holy Trinity church rising above the yew trees […]

It is sometimes good to look back in time…

Two hundred years ago Bristol was hit by a pandemic that caused fever, cough, shortness of breath, pains in the muscles and a severe headache. Many people died and there was a lot of fear and worry. In 1817, at the beginning of the outbreak, James Cowles Prichard, a 32 year old doctor wrote to […]

Each Waking a Resurrection

Like many others, I have been using this lockdown time to sort, chuck out and tidy accumulated paper work, photographs and memorabilia.  Among my treasured Tyndale Dancers archive, I came across the script for the finale of the Baptist Union Assembly in 1978  in which we had taken part.  In the script was this poem […]

“Coronavirus, Church & You” questionnaire

Here’s an article and questionnaire on how the coronavirus lock down has affected church life […]