Find out more about the food bank we operate, how to get a referral and how to find us.
Find out more about our low-cost café, open Mon and Fri, 10am – 1.30pm.
Find out about our toddler group.
Find out about the rooms we have to hire – various sizes, ideally placed in the centre of Shipley.
Shipley Baptist is a fellowship of Christians, meeting together in the centre of Shipley. You are welcome to join us for Sunday worship: a relaxed, contemporary service where children are made welcome.
Our position in the centre of Shipley has given us a heart for our local community, and we actively seek ways of engaging with those around us.
The fellowship is characterised by its family atmosphere and willingness to welcome anyone. We actively support, encourage and pray for one another. Food and eating together are a central part of our church life.
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We are located in the centre of Shipley, on New Kirkgate, just round the corner from market square.
The Shipley Job Club is starting it’s 6th course on the 21st of October. We will meet for the next 8 Mondays from 2-4pm at Shipley Baptist. Over the last 5 courses we have seen 4 members find paid work and 3 others find volunteer positions. One of the particular highlights over the last year Read more about CAP: The Shipley Job Club[…]
In Yorkshire, and across the UK, poverty is robbing thousands of their dignity, their joy and their hope. Christians Against Poverty know that this doesn’t have to be the end of the story. Will you join hundreds of for an evening of food and fundraising and find out how you can be a part of Read more about Yorkshire Life Changer Dinner for Christians Against Poverty[…]
This is a good time to begin to think about collecting empty shoeboxes and items to fill them. All our filled boxes will be sent to International Aid Trust in November . Choose your age group and start picking up suitable things. Remember you can fill boxes for both children and adults.
The people you’ll meet in this story have survived the conflict in South Sudan. Now in refugee camps, they’re still in danger from disease and starvation. And there are thousands more like them. After driving through shrubbery, we abandon the car and walk for almost an hour. We fight through the grass and branches as Read more about September Mission Focus[…]