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Hand in Hand are a Deaf led church who meet at RBC fortnightly on the second and fourth Sunday of the month between 10.30am and 12noon (at the same time as the RBC morning service).  Hand in Hand services are in BSL; all are so welcome to join us whether Deaf or hearing, and a voiceover can be provided. We normally have between 10 to 15 people join us each week, and after the service we join the hearing congregation in the main hall for refreshments and fellowship.

On the first and third Sunday of each month we join the hearing congregation in the sanctuary where a BSL interpreter is provided. You are more than welcome to come along.


RBC is wheelchair accessible and the main sanctuary has a loop system. There is limited parking outside the church but there is plenty of off-street parking and a carpark on Pembroke Road, but we would suggest leaving yourself plenty of time to park. The nearest tube station, Ruislip Manor, is a three minute walk away. Further travel details can be found here.


Hand in Hand was formed in 2003 and is celebrating it’s 21st anniversary this year.  We are well integrated into the life of the Church and enjoy fellowship, meals together and opportunities to share our faith and grow as Christians.

You can access our services here:

Do Not Covet

Unshakeable Faith

Moving Forward

God and Happiness

Trusting in God

Alison's Testimony

Can We Trust the Bible?


To find out more about the Deaf church in the UK, here are links to some websites:

If you would like to know more about RBC’s Deaf Ministry please contact: or the church office:


We look forward to welcoming you.

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