Who are we?
WEBA is, at present, around 120 Baptist churches in Bath, Bristol, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Swindon, and the rural counties of Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire.
All of them have Jesus Christ at their centre and between them work in his name to make a difference throughout this region.
A wide variety of special roles within WEBA, paid and voluntary, create a hub for resources and facilitate transformation and growth:
WEBA office staff
What are we here for?
Our purpose: To see God's kingdom expressed in the West of England through growing healthy churches.
What does WEBA stand for?
The West of England Baptist Association is one of thirteen Regional Associations which make up the Baptist Union of Great Britain www.baptist.org.uk
Why might our church become part of WEBA?
Read about our core convictions.
Why a little box in a big box?
The WEBA logo represents our geographical position within England. It also suggests room to grow, like a re-potted plant, support and cultivation, like a pearl in an oyster, and independence within a wider network, which is the way our churches function together.
To find out more about why we're here, go to Making a Difference.