Ross first came to the church in 1980, came to saving faith a few months later and was baptised as a believer, with his wife Allayne, in July 1981. Since then he has served in many different ways in the church, is still serving, and still growing in the Lord.
Lexi is part of the church family with her husband Andy and two sons Jacob and Reuben. She loves meeting with people individually to chat and pray, and also help facilitate some of the groups and courses we run.
Adam Kinnison works as an Associate Staff Worker with Friends International at this church. I came to faith through attending Widcombe services and the Christian Union as a student back in 2002. Adam is married to Shan Yat and they have a beautiful daughter Mia-Grace. Adam oversees Cafe International and the International Bible Study along with other events.
Alan is married to Katherine and is dad to Joshua and Reuben. He grew up in Bangladesh and India and returned to the UK in his teens. He has been living and working in Bath for over 20 years and serves as the community link person for the church.
Becky studied Maths at Bath University in 2013 and then taught in Bath for 4 years. She has been part of Widcombe Baptist Church since a student and is now married to Jimmy and has a little girl called Phoebe.
Susanna is back for her second year as a ministry trainee, and is excited at the prospect of greater human contact this year. Born and bred in Cornwall, she's been making her way up North; studying in Exeter and moving to Bath in 2020. When she isn't moaning about the hills you will find her dancing, harmonising and trying not to be late..
Jasmine is a biology graduate from the uni of Bath who loved being part of WBC during her time as a student. She's always up for a board game or a cup of tea, and loves animals and shopping secondhand.
Anna has just finished three years studying maths at Uni of Bath, and is making it a personal goal to never do any maths again. She can’t go too long without having a cup of tea and is from Cardiff, but please don’t ask her to speak any Welsh!