Christmas Market – Raffle Prizes

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Prizes continue to be added to the raffle but to give you a taste of what’s available to win here are some of the items you could win on the day…


£245 Venture Photography Gift Voucher which includes a 1 hour full family photo shoot, a design consultation appointment and a framed 7″ x 5″ image

3D Love Heart Photo Frame


A complete knitting kit for a delightful teddy bear


Nenuco Bambino Lucky Dip Stocking with One Product and Face Cloth


Play Kitchen

Battle Ships Game

Bottle of Prosecco

£10 PAYG Sim Card (2 available)


Christmas Market – Stalls to Enjoy

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If you’d like a little preview of the stalls available on Saturday the full list is now available:

Avon Products and Handmade Cards


Beth Crane Art
Prints, Badges, Stocking Fillers


Christmas Items and Cup Cakes


Hand Made Earrings


Harlington Hospice
Hand Knitted Baby Items and other goodies


Christmas Decorations and other Hand Made Items


Bath bombs and soaps


Handmade Items and Christmas Crafts


Nenuco Bambino
Nenuco Hampers for every occasion, bath body and home products


Phils Pens and Bobbins
Pens and other Handturned Items


Pine Willow Crafts
Pine Wreaths, Pine Cone Crafts, Book Hedgehogs, Book Xmas Trees, Picture Frames


Purple Meadow Candles
Scented Candles


Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks
Promoting a free priority customers service


Knitted Tops for Children


Sweet Scents and Events
Christmas Flowers, Plants and Trees


Sweet Cart with all kinds of sweet Christmas creations


Weaving Hope
Unusual, bright, fun Fairtrade toys made from cotton woven on traditional handlooms in Sri Lanka


Yiewsley and West Drayton Foodbank



Yiewsley Cornerstone Centre
Donated DVDs/CDs, Jewellery, Knitwear and prize draw tickets for sale with a general tombola


In addition to all the stalls there will be refreshments, Father Christmas in his Grotto, Face Painting, Craft Table, and a Raffle.

For more information please get in touch or visit


What’s On – November 2017

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November is a month of transition, the heating is on for increasing lengths of time, woolly jumpers, hats and scarves are dug out from wherever we left them in the spring. The clocks have changed and we have loud and colourful fireworks, followed by the silence of Remembrance before the hustle and bustle of Christmas preparations begin.

In addition to our regular activities and events this month we will be holding a short Service of Remembrance on 11th November to remember those we’ve known and loved who have died in conflict. Whether this was a World War or a more recent conflict all are invites to submit names of those you wish to remember that these will be read out during the service and we’ll include a 2 minutes silence at 11am.

We excited about our new Christmas Market on 25th November. We have a good number of stalls selling crafts, candles, knitted items and pens as well as a few fun activities such as the Nativity Photo Shoot and a visit from Father Christmas.

As a church we remember that Jesus lay down his life for each one of us so that we can have a relationship with God and look forward to Christmas as a time of celebrating his light shining into darkness.


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Christmas Market: Book Your Stall Now

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This year we are kicking off our Christmas festivities with a Christmas Market on Saturday 25th November from 11am to 3pm

A Christmas market with local crafters, carol singing and Christmas songs, festive food, nativity photoshoot, raffle, crafts for children and adults alike and a visit from Father Christmas.

If you would like to have a stall to sell your goodies or perhaps you’d like to perform some Christmas songs then please get in touch ( | 01895 449898).

To reserve a stall a £10 deposit is required.

Stall holders are invited to raise money for them self or a cause of their choosing though the church is seeking to raise funds for its development fund to improve our facilities and enable increased community engagement.

For more information please get in touch or visit



YBC – What’s On September 2017

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After a what has hopefully been a restful summer with fewer church activities and picnicking in the park we are gearing up for a new season at Yiewsley Baptist Church. There will be a new preaching series on Sunday mornings exploring The Art of Discipleship, children’s groups all begin afresh, there are some special events and things to look forward to later in the year…


Over the coming weeks Nursery Rhymes returns on the second Thursday each month from 14th September (9:30am-10:30am) so parents/ carers bring your under 5’s along for a sing and a dance. Our weekly Coffee Morning opens it’s doors from Friday 15th September with a fresh pot of coffee, friendship, occasional craft and toys for the children. Tea Time Church will take place on 17th September at 4:30pm with a friendly family worship service and a bring and share tea which is always a real treat.
For children in Years 1, 2 and 3 our Monday evening Anchors group reopens, if you are in these school years and would like to come along new children are welcome to come and try it out from 25th September (5-6:30pm).



Thanks Giving Lunch

Sunday 1st October see’s us celebrate with a service of thanks giving (10:30am) and an opportunity to bring donations for the young, single homeless in our area. Items such as packets and tins of food, toiletries and things for baking are gratefully received. Following our morning service (approx. 12:30pm) we will share in a simple community meal of soup and bread, remembering those for whom food poverty is a daily struggle. To help with catering it would be helpful if you could let me or one of the others in the leadership team know if you are coming. The meal is free but it is suggested that in keeping with the theme we all consider how much we might spend on a meal out with family/ friends (whether that’s fish and chips or a 3 course meal in a 5 star restaurant) and donate this amount to the cause of the young, single and homeless too.


On Saturday 25th November we are planning to hold a Christmas Market… would you or anyone you know be interested in having a stall, selling home made creations or getting involved in some way or another, if so contact You may just want to put the date in your diary ready for coming along to pick up some pre-Christmas treats as we launch our advent and Christmas celebrations.