Westside Baptist Church

A Christian church where God is worshipped,
the Bible is taught, and Christian fellowship is enjoyed.

Recent Posts

  • Prayer Items (Summer 2019)


    PRAYER ITEMS FOR SUMMER 2019 JUNE Wed 5th STATE EXAMINATIONS BEGIN. LEAVING CERTIFICATE: Erika Jeffers 3rd-8th MUNSTER BIBLE COLLEGE LECTURES (Dustin Benge) 8th-16th KINSALE BYE TEAM 16th-21st CEF CYIA WEEK (Christian Youth in Action) 23rd-29th MCC SENIOR CAMP (Martin speaking; Tom & Grace leading) Also: Olwyn (cooking), Sharon L, Dave J, Zoe & Paul 30th-6th July MCC INTER […]

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  • TITUS: transforming grace


    We’re going to be looking at Paul’s letter to Titus and the effects of the gospel in the lives of those who believe in the Lord Jesus. If you want to get ahead, why not check out this video which will give you an introduction to the letter?

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  • HOSEA


    From January to Easter we’re going to be looking at the Book of Hosea. Why not check out this video so as to be familiar with the story and the content of the book? It’s all about a man’s pursuit of his unfaithful wife, reflecting a much bigger story about God’s pursuit of His unfaithful […]

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Media Updates

  • Wedding at Cana (John 2:1-11)

    “Wedding aPreached by Tom Campbell for Sunday 27th September 2020.

  • I’ve finally found what I’m looking for (John 1:35-51)

    “I’ve finally found what I’m looking for” is the third sermon in our series from John’s Gospel, “That you may believe”. It was preached by Martin Parker for Sunday 20th September 2020. Text: John 1:35-51. “Clear progress” by scottholmesmusic.com

  • Who are you? (John 1:29-34)

    “Who are you?” is the second sermon in our series in John’s Gospel, “That you may believe”. It was preached by Martin Parker for Sunday 13th September 2020. Text: John 1″19-34. “Clear progress” by scottholmesmusic.com

  • God made known (John 1:1-18)

    “God made known” is the first sermon in our series “That you may believe”. It was preached by Martin Parker for Sunday 6th September 2020. “Clear progress” by scottholmesmusic.com

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If you're living locally, or just visiting the area,
you're very welcome to come along to any of
our services or events.

Westside Baptist Church, Old Chapel, Bandon, Co. Cork, Ireland

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