Minister Kwaku Efah was previously a missionary who worked in Ghana in a Baptist Church plant in the capital, Accra. He labored for nine years among a predominant student population helping to bring growth to the church. He is a widower with three grown up children. His passion is reading, walking and watching Arsenal play.
I started coming to Waltham Abbey with my husband Derek about 15 years ago. We felt welcomed and part of the family in no time and felt the Lord could use us here. I am the secretary and support the treasurer role as well and try to keep activities for everyone running throughout the year. More
18 years ago we came to Waltham Abbey looking for a suitable church, on our second week in the area we went to WABC and our son who was two at the time really enjoyed the Sunday school, especially his teacher Janet. We stayed even though we were not sure whether we would be happy with the style of worship. More
I have lived and worked in Waltham Abbey for 28 years and have attended the Baptist church for the same time. I help with Cabbage Patch on Friday morning. I am also involved with the Food bank as there is a collection point in Waltham Abbey.
I am married with 3 grown up children, all of whom came through WA Sunday School. I started coming to WABC when my eldest Stephanie was about 1 year old (she is 31 this year!), and we came to the Friday Mothers and Toddlers group ‘Cabbage Patch’. More
I grew up in a Christian family and have been coming to WABC since moving to Waltham Abbey in 2004, I work part time at Great Ormond Street Hospital as a clinical Scientist in a genetics lab. I have been married to Adrian for 18 years, having met at a Baptist church in Islington. More
Sunday Club & Cabbage Patch Leader
I have been coming for 15 years with my wife, Kim. I currently help in the Sunday school and take the 5-10 year old children each Sunday morning. We enjoy ourselves in the back hall with some games, bible stories and crafts. We also run some games afternoons and events throughout the year for children and sometimes mums and dads can come too. More
My husband David and I moved to Waltham Abbey in 2013 after more than 40 years in Loughton where we were members of Loughton Methodist Church and brought up our three children . We started coming to Waltham Abbey Baptist Church as it is the nearest non-conformist church to where we live in January 2014 and immediately knew it was our new Spiritual Home as we were made to feel so welcome. More
Sunday Club Helper
I’ve been a Christian for 20 years, with the last 13 coming to WABC through an invitation from Cabbage Patch, the under 5’s session. My two sons are part of the youth band “Less is More”, drumming and singing, and continue their faith in secondary school now. I support the flourishing Sunday Club on a weekly basis, and helped set up the Tuesday coffee group Refresh, a weekly drop-in session open to all. More