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Windsor Baptist Church

  • Status

    Received: on time

  • Income


  • Spending


Charity no. 107391 Date registered. 11/05/2020

Public benefits

The direct benefits which flow from the purpose include: - Eternal salvation and adoption into the family of God through the gospel of Jesus Christ. - The spread of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, bringing reconciliation both between human beings and God and between human beings. - The gaining of an understanding in Christian beliefs as set out in the

Bible and the Doctrinal Statement of the Church leading to spiritual and moral development and personal growth in the Christian Faith. - The provision of regular Christian education, helping people to understand, live out, defend and promote the Christian gospel of Jesus Christ. - Practical expressions of Christian beliefs and standards in the local community such as through the care of those in need, assistance and comfort to the sick, elderly and bereaved. - The development of individual ability and gift through the engagement of willing volunteers in practical and spiritual service. - The positive impact on society and the state that comes from the living out of a Christian worldview. The benefits arising from the purpose will be demonstrated through: the number of those attending activities and events and benefiting directly each week from the Bible teaching and the corporate worship, the leaders and helpers mobilised each week through various programmes and the positive contributions of members within the wider community; and, the effective pastoral care supporting both families and individuals. This will be evidenced through regular evaluation, annual reports and informal feedback from members and those attending events, their families and the general public within the community in which the Church operates. The Trustees do not anticipate that any harm will flow from any of the above purposes. The church’s beneficiaries are Church Members and adherents, and anyone who chooses to attend the church services which are open to members of the general public, other individuals that the Church is in direct and indirect contact with, the community in which pastoral services are provided and other communities throughout Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, and worldwide which benefit from our engagement with and support for both Christian and other secular organisations. The only private benefits flowing from our purposes are the provision of stipend for any pastor of the church who will also assume the role of Trustee and paid employment for the personnel required to manage the work of the Church. Any Trustee appointed by the Church as a member of the Missionary Family will be entitled to financial support of the Church according to the Missionary Policy. Such stipend, salaries, support and any incurred expenses are incidental and necessary to enable the Church to provide the pastoral and administrative support required to fulfil the stated Purpose.

What your organisation does

Windsor Baptist Church regularly gathers for public worship, prayer, Bible study, preaching and teaching for all age groups, and provides and facilitates pastoral care to the church family through visitation and prayer; regularly scatters across Belfast and beyond to proclaim and demonstrate with our lives our belief in Jesus Christ as Lord,

conducting evangelistic and outreach and mission activities; supports other Christian organisations and charities through volunteering, financial gifts and prayer; provides pastoral and financial support to our missionary family.

The charity’s classifications

  • The advancement of religion

Who the charity helps

  • General public

How the charity works

  • Religious activities

This display is a broad summary of the charity’s financial information. For a full understanding of the charity’s finances, the reader should view the PDF accounts and reports under the Documents tab above.





Charity accounts & reports for financial year end 31 December 2022

Independent examiners report Charity accounts Trustee annual report

Charity accounts & reports for financial year end 31 December 2021

Independent examiners report Charity accounts Trustee annual report

Charitable purposes

The Church acknowledges the headship of Jesus Christ over his Church and exists to glorify the triune God by maintaining and promoting his worship both individually and corporately. Its members devote themselves to the teachings of Scripture, to fellowship, breaking of bread, prayer and evangelism. They commit, with the help of God, to witness to the saving and sustaining power of the Lord Jesus Christ and to work for the extension of His Kingdom. The principal charitable object of the Church is the advancement of the Christian faith according to the teachings of Scripture, the Doctrinal Statement and Baptist principles

Governing document


Other name

  • 31 Trustees
  • 5 Employees
  • 150 Volunteers

Contact details

Public address

  • Windsor Baptist Church, 208-212 Lisburn Road, Belfast, BT9 6GD

Trustee board

Mr Gordon Arthur Darragh
Mr David Charles Dunlop
Mr Mark Andrew Kenneth Houston
Mr Nigel Robert John Younge
Mr Sale Ogbobi
Mr Brian Johnston
Mr Richard Orr Greenwood
Mr Paul Weir Johnston
Timothy Warke
Mr Steven Alexander
Mrs Heather Johnston
Mr James Mcconkey
Miss Nicola Brown
Mrs Janet Darragh
Mrs Karen Mercer
Mr Stephen Moore
Mrs Sharon Parker
Mrs Gerlinde Scott
Mr Andrew Mcdowell
Mrs Jenny Harron
Mike Griffith
Mrs Mercy Gboloo-Teye
Mr Sotonye Frank
Dr Paul Harron
Professor Mark Spence
Heather Law
Ralph Barron
Gift Sotonye-Frank
Lynsey Jess
Catherine Hall
Naomi Jones

List of regions

  • In Northern Ireland