10:30 Morning Worship

A wide range of people participate in our Sunday morning worship. Children's and young people's groups are usually meeting elsewhere in the building for most of the service, but we like to end our worship together. We aim to make worship as inclusive as possible, with an all age element in most services and frequent family services.

The projection system means that we are free to use a wide range of material for worship... and we do. You can expect then a mix of 'treasures old and new', a sermon, and opportunities for prayer.

Services are also available online, both live-streamed and as a recording to watch at a later date, via YouTube - subscribe to Rugby Baptist Church AV - YouTube.

During the current coronavirus situation, precautions are in place for everyone's protection:

  • A one-way system operates for entering and leaving the church and seating is spaced
  • An area has been put aside for those who are more comfortable with greater separation
  • Hand sanitiser is available and should be used on arrival
  • Masks are to be worn when moving about and when singing, although they may be removed when seated
  • Please do not attend church if showing any symptoms of coronavirus
  • Where possible, carry out a lateral flow test before attending, to confirm you are clear of infection

A Christmas Eve service

The Lord's Supper

On the first Sunday of the month we have a communion service. All who know and love the Lord Jesus Christ are welcome to take part in it at RBC. If you feel unable to do so, please feel absolutely free to let the bread and wine pass you by.

Children & young people

Children and families are very welcome at RBC, and our morning service offers a range of groups and activities for 0–18 year olds, organised into Network Groups. Where appropriate, we use the Energize material from Urban Saints to help the young people understand the bible and make it relevant to them.

  • Crèche (0–3) a well equipped, safe space with plenty of toys for children to play with. Parents are welcome to come out and stay with their children, or leave them with our experienced volunteers.
  • Minnows (3–5) look at a different Bible story each week with relevant activities.
  • Sunday Shoal (5–11) study a bible story each week & see what they can learn from it.
  • C Life (11+) addresses Bible themes and issues relevant to young people today.

The stewards will be more than happy to take you to the right room. Our groups are led by experienced volunteers who all hold a current DBS certificate and undergo child protection training.


The church building is wheelchair accessible and there are disabled toilet facilities in the John Lees Hall next door. For those with hearing aids, an induction loop covers the centre of the church between the two aisles. We project our songs onto a screen but a large print copy is available if you need it.

After the service

After the service, we meet for refreshments in the John Lees Hall next door or, when the weather allows, in the garden. We would love to see you there.

6:30 Evening Worship

Our evening services tend to be more informal and relaxed than our morning worship. They do not usually take place in the main church building, but in the John Lees Hall next door or, during the summer months, even occasionally outdoors in the church garden. Generally, the evening services are not live-streamed or recorded. 

They take different forms throughout the year and are sometimes experimental in nature. Please note that there are no evening services in August.

Communion is normally served on the third Sunday in each month.

The church garden


The John Lees Hall is wheelchair accessible and has disabled toilet facilities. The hall is set up with an induction loop. A book is used for songs and hymns.