Audio Recordings and Podcasting

Each week we record the talks at our morning and evening services.  These can either be listened to directly from the site or via listening to our Podcast.  
The talks shown below are the most recent ones but to see the full list go to our Media Page 

20th January - You're home Week 2 (download)
Jeremy starts with the occasion when John the Baptist, who was in prison, asked Jesus if he was the one who was to come (the Messiah) or if he should expect someone else. Maybe John, like many people of the time, was expecting a political leader who would liberate them from the Roman occupation. Jesus' reply showed that the Kingdom of God at that time was to heal the sick, raise the dead and proclaim the good news. The implications of which still hold true today.
Jeremy Bedrock, 20/01/2019
13th January - Family Matters (download)
Jan starts by considering the characteristics her own family but then moves on to the family of God, its characteristics and the implications for its members, all true believers in God.
Jan Ladhams, 13/01/2019
13th January - You're home Week 1 (download)
Matt starts a new series by looking at the story of King David and Mephibosheth, the grandson of previous king Saul and enemy of David. David seeks out Mephibosheth and gives him a new life of security and privilege, something he did not deserve or merit. In the same way God seeks those who are currently his enemies in order to give them forgiveness, reconciliation and a new life.
Matt Hebditch, 13/01/2019
6th Jan - Vision Sunday (download)
With the start of the new year Matt helps us piece together the jigsaw of our lives that go to building the Vision and Values of Welton Baptist Church.
Matt Hebditch, 06/01/2019
23rd December - Carols by Candlelight (Abridged Version) (download)
This is an abridged version of the Carols by Candlelight service with just the introduction, readings, testimonies and message. For copyright reasons the full service is only available to church members and friends by logging in.
Matt Hebditch and others, 23/12/2018