Life at Windsor

a church without walls

We’re a local church and community of people who seek to love and worship God; follow Jesus & love to serve our neighbour.
Our vision ‘to be a church without walls’ includes the desired intention to be a place of BELONGING; MULTIPLYING; SERVING & GOING

We’re a family where everyone is welcome, where old and young gather together under one roof to share, to celebrate, to laugh and cry, to encourage, to talk, to listen and to share life together.

In our family we strive after acceptance, love, hope, forgiveness, wise choices, encouraging words, challenge and unity. Like every family, we don’t always get it right – we make mistakes, we disagree, we sometimes fail but through it all we seek to learn, love and laugh as we grow together on our journey of faith. We aren’t a perfect family but our hope is that Windsor will be a place you can call home.

We aim to be a church where:

  • we welcome everyone and anyone and encourage them to belong to God and to each other
  • we grow as more people choose to love God, follow Jesus and join the Church
  • we equip and empower people to serve (within our family and beyond)
  • we encourage people to go and be Christ’s witnesses where they live, study, work and to the ends of the earth

WBC Staff Team

David Dunlop

Pastor

Gordon Darragh

Associate Pastor

Mark Houston

Youth Pastor

Julieanne Ashfield

Kids Worker

Debbie Thompson

Administrator

Kerry Fee

Community Liaison

WBC Staff Team

David Dunlop

Pastor

Gordon Darragh

Associate Pastor

Mark Houston

Youth Pastor

Julieanne Ashfield

Kids Worker

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MAJESTIC - 208-212 Lisburn Road
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Our vision at Windsor Tots is to be a fun, creative and safe space where children and families will want to be. We hope that this will be a place where our youngest kids (and parents) will experience God, perhaps for the first time, as they learn the foundation blocks of faith: God loves them – God made them – God wants to be their friend.

Our goal within Windsor Kids is to partner with parents to lead children into a growing relationship with Jesus. It is our prayer that through the various ministries the kids will experience the extravagant love of God, be discipled and grow in favour and wisdom with God and people. Almost 2000 years ago Jesus said “let the little children come to me” and we believe He continues to say it today.

Our heart is to partner with parents to lead young people into a growing relationship with Jesus. With that heartbeat we have developed 3 core programmes to empower young people to connect, discover and grow. We think about these in 3 ways, our relationship: Up (with God) • In (with Each Other) • Out (with the World).

Small groups are places where local groups of 6 to 18 people gather twice each month in homes to Connect relationally and Grow spiritually.

While we are temporarily prohibited from meeting in this way for everyone’s safety, we still need one another. More now than ever!

Room Booking

At The Majestic we have a number of rooms which are available for you to use. All rooms have disabled access.

Small Groups

Small groups are places where local groups of 6 to 18 people gather twice each month in homes to Connect relationally and Grow spiritually.

While we are temporarily prohibited from meeting in this way for everyone’s safety, we still need one another. More now than ever!

sight loss friendly church

Sight loss friendly church means that we, in partnership with Torch Trust, seek to provide an inclusive welcome and support for those so affected.

Our volunteers receive training as well as access to multiple resources to help gear church towards those affected with sight loss. If you wish to find out more or ask any questions, do get in touch with our facilitator Carolyn