Busy Bees is a free playgroup at BRBC for babies, toddlers, and pre-school age children. All parents, grandparents, and/or carers are welcome to bring their children along from 10-11:30am every Tuesday during term-time. 

What to expect: Come along to this free weekly playgroup, and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee while your child/ren enjoy free play time, snack, drink, Bible stories, craft/colouring, and singing. This is a great opportunity to get to meet other parents and/or carers, as well as your little ones getting to interact with lots of other children and fun activities. Please visit our Busy Bees Facebook page, or get in contact with Quincie Martin for more information by clicking here.


Our crèche facility operates during the Sunday Morning service so that parents can leave their babies and toddlers in the care of experienced staff. The crèche is designed to care for children up to the age of 3-years old. Toys and books are provided in the crèche room. Included in the program is a story-time, followed by a very simple activity. Sometimes the children will sing, and there is always a small snack and a drink provided. If you are a visitor, you are very welcome to use this facility.

At around the age of 4-years (depending on circumstances) the children are encouraged to join the Little Soldiers group.


Little Soldiers is our “young” Sunday School for children aged from 3½ to 6-years that meets on Sunday mornings. The group gathers before the service, from 8:45am onwards for the 9am service or from 10:45am for our 11am service, then join with the main Sunday School to come into Church for the first 15 minutes. The Little Soldiers programme consists of Bible Stories, singing, and play activities. Visiting children are always welcome.


The Explore Group is for children in Reception to Year 4 and meets on a Friday evening between 6.30pm and 7.30pm. This is an active and high energy group of youngsters that need constantly to be kept occupied. The programmes of crafts, games and Bible stories are organised each week and offer a structured and unique evening of fun and learning for the children.

All the activities are managed carefully with a dedicated leadership team to ensure safety and consideration for others at all times. The Explore programme runs during the school term.


The Excite Group is for children in Year 5 to Year 8 and meets on a Friday evening between 6.30pm and 7.30pm. The vision and aim of the leaders is to ensure that Jesus is clearly explained to the youngsters.

The evenings are always full of fun, hectic and often chaotic! The programme of activities is always varied – sometimes action-packed ideas such as dodge ball, snatch the bacon (occasionally at the Sports Hall in Rougham) – and sometimes quieter activities such as cooking cakes, pizzas, or bread in the Church kitchen. The Excite programme runs during the school term.


The Lounge @BRBC is for young people in Year 9 upwards and meets on a Friday evening from 8.00pm onwards in the chapel lounge. This is an open youth club, and a regular meeting place for friends, both from the village and from school and college.

The programme of activities is varied; the Summer means light evenings and so most of the activities are held outside with games on the grass at the rear of the church building, or events offsite. Examples of favourites would be camp fire cooking and car treasure hunts! The winter months mainly centre on the lounge with favourite activities being quiz, food evenings and movie nights.


FEAST (Friends, Eats And Study Time). This group meets once a month on a Saturday evening to provide an opportunity for teenagers to be together outside of the usual church surroundings. It is also for those who may like to find out more about the Christian faith; held in an informal environment of a home, they enjoy prayer times, study, discussion, and of course food!


This group for young adults meets at Makins Farmhouse on the first Saturday of each month at 7:30pm. We will focus on the practical application of Biblical lessons to our lives as we work for real-world relevance as followers of Christ. The group is currently looking at Spiritual Discipline in our character, work, relationships and ministry. All young adults (over-18) are welcome to attend.


Our Sunday morning teenage Bible Study group meets during the morning service from about 9.15am or 11:15am. The programme is interactive with discussion and study. If you are a teenager, you are very welcome to join.


Sunday School caters for children aged between 7 and 12 years. They meet 15 minutes before each Sunday morning service for informal chat and activities in the side hall. They join the main service in the Church for about the first 15 minutes and return to the Hall. The programme then consists of singing, quizzes, prayer and mission – after which the children are split into classes, according to age, for Bible teaching.


Fellowship Lunches take place at 1.00pm on the fourth Thursday of the month between October and April. There is an after-dinner speaker who is invited to present the Christian message. The lunches are regularly attended by up to 50, both ladies and men – mainly in the over 60s age group. Friends are often made over the meal and people return regularly. The food is always of a high quality and it’s not unusual for the men to ask for more! If you have not been before and would like to attend, speak to either Barbara Drury or Mary Balmer.


Our Morning Services begins at 9:00am and 11:00 and are around 1 hour 15 minutes long, and our Evening Service begins at 6.30pm and finishes at around 7.30pm. One of our pastors usually speaks at these services – but on occasions we have visiting speakers from other churches. Our services are a blend of traditional and contemporary, and as a growing church, our aim is to cater for all ages. We are Christ centred and love the Bible and all its teachings. You can find directions here

Children and young people meet with the whole church for the first 15 minutes of the service, before moving to their own groups for the rest of the morning.

Visitors and friends are warmly welcomed, with refreshments served before our 9:00am service and after our 11am service.

The Sunday morning children’s work is split into 3 age groups (Little Soldiers, Sunday School, or Teen Searchers) and operates throughout the year including the school holidays. The program includes singing, quizzes and challenges, and other fun activities all designed to share and teach the truths about Jesus. A team of teachers support the programme, all of whom hold current DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) checks.

A crèche is available during all Sunday morning services.


The Ladies Bible Study is held in the Church Lounge each Friday from 9.30am to 11.30am. The meeting is open to all ladies who want to join together to study the Bible in an informal setting. Starting with coffee, the meeting then moves on to the study and ends with a time of sharing and prayer. There is space set aside for a crèche area where small children can play while the Bible study is taking place.


These are small informal home group meetings, held every other Tuesday at 7.30pm. They include a time of Bible study and discussion, which is then followed by prayer time – all in the relaxed atmosphere of various homes within the membership of BRBC in Bury, Rougham, and Woolpit/Elmswell.

Community Groups are open to all those who wish to attend and is a valued time to share, encourage and get to know others better over a cup of coffee.


This meeting is key to the Church activities because at BRBC we believe in the power of prayer. At Prayer Meetings we engaged in the privilege of communicating with God together – praying for each other & for the world we live in.

This meeting is held at the Church on every other Tuesday at 7.30pm alternating with Community Group meetings.

Men’s Minitstry @ BRBC

Men’s Ministry is not that different to the wider mission of BRBC, that is, to love Jesus together and help others do the same. Men’s Ministry provides a unique opportunity for Men to meet each other, share life and the good news of Jesus collectively. 
Consisting of three core activities, alongside occasional teaching evenings and opportunities to attend Men’s conferences. The three core opportunities each held termly consist of Men’s Breakfasts These events aimed at current followers of Jesus; Christian men looking to be challenged to serve more and think of ways to connect with men of no faith. The content is rich, encouraging, thought provoking and challenging.
Theology on tap aimed at men interested to know more about being a follower of Jesus and what his message actually means, over a pint,  These are invitational yet with basic content, and importantly not in a conventional Church environment. Socials completely invitational events for men with no teaching content; it’s just men sharing time together. Expect a friendly and inviting atmosphere at all of the events – contact us to find out more.