We are a diverse and welcoming church family, seeking to follow Jesus and share his message of love and reconciliation with our community and beyond.
Due to the easing of Covid19 restrictions, we gathering on Sundays in two limited capacity services: 9am and 11amPlease RSVP to attend one of our services on Sunday: Registration Form
Visit the CBC Community Forum to stay connected with the CBC family. Refer to our newsletter for how to log in.
Our activities have moved online for now (see the Latest News section for details).
We currently have two limited capacity all-ages services on Sundays: 9am and 11am. RSVP Required
Kids church happens every Sunday during our morning service. Each week the kids hear and learn through craft and other activities based around God's Word. All our kids church workers have fulfilled the Baptist Churches of WA and WA government requirements for working with children.
Youth @ CBC normally meets every Friday during school term from 7pm to 9pm. For more info contact Dan (our Youth Worker) on (08) 9385 2607.
Week to week - perhaps you'd like to connect with other people at CBC through one of the many ministries? Please contact our church office for more information.
During School Term:
324A Stirling Highway, Claremont WA 6010
(08) 9385 2607 [email protected]
Park across the road in the council carpark or under Claremont Quarter, but please watch the time limits.
Small Groups are connecting online to a Bible study series working through the book of Acts led by Allan Chapple. If you are interested in joining a group please contact Jodie on (08) 9385 2607.
Tapestry of Life Support Group held on the second Thursday of each month at 10-12pm. This support group is for people who are feeling isolated, experiencing loss and grief or lack of social interaction, for new immigrants, or just need someone to talk to. More info at Tapestry of Life
Community Visitors Scheme (CVS) is a Commonwealth-funded program that works with isolated residents in aged-care facilities. Based at Claremont Baptist Church, the Western Suburbs are serviced by a Coordinator and a number of volunteers who visit an elderly person at least fortnightly. More info at Community Visitors Scheme
Rainbow is a monthly lunch for people with mental health issues (and their carers) held the first Thursday of every month. More info at Rainbow.
International Students group seeks to help students have fun while speaking English, as well as meet other locals, give them support networks and other community connections. More info at International Students