Windsor Baptist Church is a welcoming, inclusive and creative Christian community.

You'd be mistaken for thinking from our historic building that we're a traditional church, but that couldn't be further from reality!

Despite being founded in 1838 our worship, ministry and activities are contemporary and relevant to our 21st century world. And, each week our building is used for all manner of community activities!

Our website will show you the things we're passionate about!

Getting together

Smiley_coffee_2Our Sundays meetings start at 10.30am, but there are lots of other times when we get together, for example our Tree House Community Cafe is open in the week.

You can see what we are up to this month by clicking here.

You can find the location of our building in Victoria Street by clicking here.

At the heart

Values_handsOur church life and ministry are underpinned by our four key values:


Click here to find out more about how they shape our church life and ministry.

What makes us tick?

We believe Christian faith must be demonstrated in action.

Click the image below to link to a video about an inititave to support homeless people that we help lead and host in our building that has made a huge difference in our community.


Latest News

Join us at the Tree House Café for Fun and Fundraising for this brilliant cause! ...

Macmillan Coffee Morning

September 30, 2016, 9:30am - September 30, 2016, 2:00pm

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This Sunday Morning come and join us at our Community Sunday Service at Windsor Baptist Church at 10.30am. We are celebrating the Tree House Cafe which will be open by the lovely Nicky and Mary and donations for hot drinks will go towards suspended coffee. This is a chance to recognize the wonderful work that Nicky and Mary do and say a big thank you! All welcome! ...

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Windsor Baptist Church, Berkshire added an event. ...

Family Friends Self-harm Awareness Raising Workshop for Parents

September 20, 2016, 7:15pm - September 20, 2016, 8:45pm

Windsor Baptist Church, Berkshire

Statistics now show that 10-13% of all young people between the ages of 11 and 16 years old are affected by self-harm. The scale of the problem has dramatically grown over the last decade and disclosure rates in schools and youth projects are a frequent occurrence.

The 1.5 hour Self-harm Awareness Raising Workshop for Parents includes the following:
• What is self-harm? An explanation of what self-harm is, the behaviours that are included and up-to-date facts and statistics
• Why my child? An understanding of why young people self-harm and the importance of
developing healthy coping strategies
• How will I know? How to recognise the signs at home and practical advice on how to respond
• What happens next? A guide to navigating services and receiving the help and support you need as a family
• How to respond if a friend is harming? Helping young people understand how to recognise the signs in their friends along with practical advice to pass on.
• Questions? An open question time and a look at what practical resources and support are available for parents around this issue

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A reminder that tomorrow morning will be Covenant Sunday, a chance to renew or commence your church membership. We will provide another opportunity for those that can't make it.

Happy Saturday - see you at 10.30am tomorrow! ...

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How beautiful the world is on a sunny day ☀

Tomorrow we will be hearing our lovely Andress speak to us on the wonder of creation and caring for this beautiful world God gave us.
See you there for songs, love and coffee 🎶 ❤ ☕ ...

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