The Place to Be

Keyworth Baptist Church


One hundred years ago on 12 October 1918 a young, 18 year old Private from the Manchester Regiment died on a French battlefield. Unfortunately, like many others, he has no known grave, but his name is etched for ever into the honeyed stone of panel 9 at the Vis en Artois military cemetery 6 km south east of Arras. He was Fred Heeley, my father’s older brother. I visited the cemetery about twenty years ago. I think I was probably the first member of the family to do so.

 

Thy Kingdom Come

Join us in the global wave of prayer for the eleven days between Ascension Day and Pentecost, May 30th - June 9th.

Full details and resources here.

 

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You're welcome

We hope you enjoy what you see and make use of some of our resources. And if you'd like to get to know us we'd love to see you at any of our activities. We gather each Sunday morning at 10.15am at Keyworth Junior School on Nottingham Road, Keyworth. Here's a map of our location.

Policies

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We put the safeguarding of children, young people and adults at risk first.

Here's our Safeguarding policy.

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Please send your correspondence to the church secretary. Here are the contact details. Use the handy web form for your message. If you want a response remember to give us your email address.

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