Leader (Minister non-accredited) Church Secretary, Prayer & Pastoral
Sharon came to this area 10 years ago when she re-married and in searching for a new church stumbled across Arlington Baptist Church, she felt so warmly welcomed by this small church and the members welcomed and introduced her into village life.
Encouraged by one another Sharon explored Baptism and was baptised in the River Coln in Bibury, soon after this Matt Frost Minister of Cirencester who was leading us asked if Sharon would consider a leadership course which she undertook with support of the Church here in 2019.
Although Sharon is not a qualified Minister she is a non-accredited minister and leads the church.
Sharon loves organising events which have included Murder Mystery
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Registrar & Church Deacon
Debbie and her young family came to Arlington Baptist Church over 30 years ago and were made very welcome by the church family, this made a huge impression on Debbie and she has worshipped and served here ever since, happily watching some members of her family dedicated here, and Daughter married here also.
A few years ago Debbie was asked as a longstanding supporter of village life as well as Church member if she would become our official registrar which she gladly accepted and has now officiated at numerous weddings in our beautiful chapel
Zena moved to Bibury in October 2014, with her then teenage son, Morley.
She found Bibury to be a very friendly place with a strong community, and has made many friends. As a committed Christian, she sought out a local church and found Arlington Baptist Church very welcoming. She has worshipped here ever since, and has greatly enjoyed the fellowship of her peers at ABC. Zena recently became Treasurer of ABC and also host a bible study group at her home on a Wednesday evening. Zena says “even without a formal Pastor/Minister I find our church to be a Spirit filled place and a constant encouragement to me on my Christian journey”
Prayer & Pastoral
Gillian came to work in Bibury as a girl and soon married and lives with her family in the heart of the village, she has always had a Christian faith and taught the Sunday school for many years. Having a great knowledge of scripture Gill is especially blessed in service through prayer and encourages our church in this way.
Gillian helped run the Pop In lunches in the village hall for many years and now helps in all aspects of church and village life.