Community

As churches in Rugby, we have been blessed with a unique depth of unity and cooperation. The Revive network of churches has been instrumental in this, and RBC is playing an active part in it alongside our sisters and brothers from other churches.

Much work in the town happens ecumenically, either directly under the Revive banner or supported by it. This includes the Rugby Food Bank, Christians against Poverty, Hope4, and the Winter Night Shelter. We are involved in all of these and more, but let's highlight some particular ministries below.

Coffee Morning

Every Friday, the John Lees Hall is open from 10am till noon for anyone who fancies a cup of coffee and perhaps a piece of cake.

Meal Ministry

The aim of Meal Ministry at Rugby Baptist is to provide meals when anyone in our wider church community really needs some support with meals. This may include the arrival of a new baby, illness, major surgery, bereavement and job loss, but it is not limited to those situations.

Ordinarily, meals will be provided for 2 weeks, however that can be extended if there is a specific need.

Download the booklet or send us an email for more information.

A meal

Street Pastors

Street Pastors is an inter-denominational Church response to urban problems, engaging with people on the streets to care, listen, and help where we can. Along with pastors from other churches all across the town, a number of our members are out on patrol on Rugby’s streets on Friday and Saturday nights from approx 10pm until approx 4am the next morning, whilst others are back at base praying throughout.

The Street Pastors with the Deputy Mayour outside Lawrence Sheriff school