Reading the Bible

Many of us at WBC are reading the New Testament in a year throughout 2019, with 1 chapter a day, an optional psalm on Saturday and a day off (or catch up day!) on Sunday. It's not too late to join in - download the reading plan here.

You might also find this little resource on How to read the Bible useful when learning how to get the most out of reading the Bible.


All children's and youth work undertaken at WBC is governed by our Safeguarding Children Policy, and you can download a copy here: Safeguarding Children Policy.

Youth and children's leaders can download a risk assessment template here to complete one for any unusual or external activities not covered by our general risk assessments.

Medical and Consent form

If you are (or have) an under-18 year old attending one or more of our activities, it is really important that we have an up to date consent form, including things like doctor's details, any allergies, and emergency contacts. You can download the General Consent Form for Under 18s here. Please return to your group leader.

Keeping in touch

If you have recently joined the church and would like to make sure we have your contact details and/or request to be added to our email groups so you stay up to date with all that is going on, you will need to complete one of our Keeping In Touch forms. These need to be returned to Heather in the Church Office or via Please also fill in one of these forms if you have changed your contact details, to ensure we are only holding up to date information.

Gift Aid form

If you are able to gift aid your donations to the work of WBC, please ensure you have filled in the Gift Aid Form and returned it to a member of the Finance team or via the collection plate or the Church Office. This only needs to be done once and will cover all your regular and special gifts to the church.

Expense Claims

All claims for expenses should be submitted using an Expenses Claim Form. Paper copies of this form are also available from the church office. Anyone who makes a purchase on behalf of the church should be sure that the purchase is necessary and, where appropriate, that this has been agreed in advance with the budget holder. If you are not clear who is the budget holder who needs to countersign your claim form, please ask Rachel Tole.