We are a local fellowship of Christians who belong together as a family church, part of God’s worldwide family. About 300 people of all ages and backgrounds meet at RBC each Sunday. We are an inclusive church with full wheelchair access and have a large and lively children’s and youth programme.
At RBC, hundreds of children come through our doors every single week for Sunday and midweek groups, uniformed organisation meetings and special events, including our annual summer Holiday Club. We'd love to welcome your child to our church!
Our dedicated youth facility, The Sidewalk, is home to Roots and Refine - our groups that run from year 7 upwards. Our teens also take part in weekends away and head to other churches and festivals from time to time to learn more about God's love for them.
As a church family, RBC is committed to caring for people who are part of our church and our community. Our ministers, pastoral co-ordinator and pastoral assistants play a vital role in expressing God's love to all. If you'd like to talk, please feel free to contact us.
Our Small Groups are a vital part of church life. We offer a range of groups, on different days and times, to suit everyone, whatever your age or background. Everyone is encouraged to join a group, and we'd love to find one to suit your needs. Get in touch to find out more!
Alpha is a free, friendly and informal way for anyone to explore the Christian faith. There's even food! The ten week course runs twice a year at RBC; January to April in the evenings, and September to December during the day. Find out more, and sign up for our next course!
At RBC, we see our mission as based in our local community, but through the church, we support more than just our area. Find out why, and discover more about our international mission partners.
safe to belong
We operate all our groups and activities in line with 'Safe to Belong'. You can see our Policy Statement here.
‘Safe to Belong’ offers guidance to churches in membership with the Baptist Union of Great Britain in adopting and implementing safeguarding policies and procedures in their work with adults at risk.
In order to support all those involved, we have produced two documents.
The first is a comprehensive document called Safe to Belong Procedures, and it can be viewed here. The second is a briefer document titled Safe to Belong Good Practice Guidelines which addresses some of the more common concerns and issues that arise. You can view that document here.