Connecting with Jesus, Connecting with each other, Connecting with our communities


As a Church we seek to serve our community these are some of the ways we seek to do this;-

Through No1 we offer a range of support services, available by appointment, with our trained volunteers. These services are free of charge and include: Counselling and Listening (with professional counsellors), Money and Benefits advice, Job Club, Help with form filling, official paperwork and phone calls. If we are unable to provide services to support a particular need we will do our best to find a service or organisation that can.


If you would like help with key life events – weddings, funerals or child dedications – our minister, Martin, would be very happy to work with you to plan and conduct these for you. Please contact him for further information.


OBC also works in partnership with other churches in Oundle and the Trussell Trust, to run the Oundle Foodbank. OBC is one of the agencies able to refer people to the foodbank for help.


Various short courses are run periodically including

Alpha -a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith and includes a meal, a short film and discussion.

The Marriage Course -a series of seven sessions, designed to help couples invest in their relationship and build a strong marriage.

Life Matters- Sessions looking at various life issues offering practical advice and a Christian perspective.


As a Church we believe that prayer works and prayer for one another and our community is a key part of our Church life. If you have something you would like us to pray for please get in touch or drop into No1 between 10 and 12 on a Thursday.

 OBC also uses and recomends some other services for those who are in need of specialist help

Oundle Foodbank is open on Tuesdays 2-3pm in the Methodist Church, Drummingwell Lane, Oundle. We operate as part of the Trussell Trust. You need to collect a voucher in advance to receive a food parcel. Vouchers can be issued by Oundle Baptist Church at No.1 St Osyths Lane, St Peter’s Church Office, Volunteer Action, Oundle Town Council, Oundle Primary School & Prince William School.

See also


When Life gets Tough

Has someone died? Not sure where to turn? Try At a Loss

is a charitable movement of people across the UK who are passionate about enabling the bereaved to receive the support that they need - in easing the pain together.

Care for The Family

 is a national charity which aims to promote strong family life and to help those who face family difficulties.

 221 Divorce Support

For people struggling to cope with the break-up of a marriage or partnership. 221 is a local self-help organisation run by volunteers and committed to helping people through the trauma of divorce and partnership break-up.


 Please Contact Us if you are interested in any of the above or you feel the Church can help you in any way.