Since the church was established in 1947, we have been a family-orientated church, where all are welcome, from the youngest to the oldest. Our differing Christian backgrounds and faith journeys make us a diverse family. Our aim is always to keep Christ at the centre of all we do.
The buildings may be closed... but Christ's Church is still very much open!
The central point of our life together is our Sunday gathering. Since March 2020, we have been meeting online using Zoom and more recently also meeting in the church. Sadly as new lockdown restrictions have again come into force (Jan 2021) we will not be continuing with 'real life' services in the Sanctuary for the time being.
Please contact us if you'd like to join us virtually for one of our Sunday services.
If you've got any questions, needs or want to connect, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to one of our pastoral care team on 07976 081439.
As well as donating to support the work of the church, each month we collect via the 'loose' offerings for different charities. In January we will be collecting for the work of Sixty-One and Christians Against Poverty.
Each week we are recording our services and putting these on our YouTube channel. Please go here to listen to recent services or go to the All talks page to find and listen to older services. Are most recent service is linked below:
Latest service on YouTube: Sunday January 17th 2001
Use of church premises
The church has taken the decision not to re-open the church premises to any outside groups for the time being. We are not anticipating opening until it is safe to do so. We will be keeping abreast of government guidelines and those of the Baptist Union and will update this page with more information in due course.
We realise that this is not ideal for some, or for us, but in the circumstances and due to the varied age groups we have using our premises, we feel this is the safest course of action at the moment.