Worship & Activities

Worship ....


We believe that a church is first of all a family of people who worship God.  

To offer God our worship, our thanks, and our love is the basis on which everything else is built.

We have two main services each Sunday plus a variety of other worship activities:

Sundays at 10.30am

Our Morning Worship is the main service of the week.  It is designed for all the family and includes a creche and Sunday school. We worship in a variety of styles varying from celebration to meditation with a strong emphasis on thoughtful preaching. Holy Communion is celebrated on the second and fourth Sundays of each month and the service always concludes with coffee and fellowship.  The third Sunday of each month is an “all-age” service in the hall, which provides a more informal setting.


Sundays at 6.30pm

This service is smaller and more informal. All our evening services are united ones with our ecumenical partners at St Nicholas and Trinity – the service rotates monthly around the three of us.  Please see the Calendar page to find out where the services will be held.

You will be made very welcome at either of these services!



Other activities include …


Naturally, being a worshipping people is not restricted to Sundays! 

  • Bible studies and Housegroups

  • A Monday morning ladies meeting

  • Saturday morning prayer meeting

  • Monthly ‘Prayers for the Sick’ with Communion

  • Girls Brigade on Friday evenings

  • Frequent shared lunches

  • Occasional outings to the theatre

We share our buildings with two African ChurchesFor further information on any of these activities please email Suttonbaptistchurch@gmx.co.uk
n 07952 231723


Our mission ....


Worship and praise is a fine thing, but we believe there is a wider purpose to it.

  • to share the love of God with those who do not know him

  • to express that love through evangelism, social concern, practical action, and the use of our buildings for community benefit

  • to build up and support each other through genuine loving relationships

  • to play our part in the building of God’s Kingdom together with the other churches in our ecumenical partnership

  • to foster a multi-cultural vision of God’s Kingdom through our membership of people drawn from many different countries