Baptist churches reflect freedom of conscience. Whilst we share a core belief in Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord, we also value differing perspectives. As the world at large throws tricky challenges to churches, we find that we don’t always see everything the same way. But that’s fine because by listening to each other we are more able to develop a healthy and holistic response to the issues of the day.
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Whilst we deeply respect those who have walked a different path, we practice believer’s baptism in our large indoor pool. This shows that each person makes their own mind up about whether or not they’re Christians. A baptism like that is a vivid and powerful expression of a person’s deep-
We have a modest but hopeful Sunday School and especially welcome children to our services. We might have a children’s story or song, and then we run activities in the office nearby for those too young to enjoy a sermon. There’s also an area for babies and toddlers at the back of the main sanctuary -
Naturally we work with other Christians, if good stuff is going on we like to get involved. So we belong to Churches Together in Earlsdon and Chapelfields, the Heart of England Baptist Association and the Baptist Union of Great Britain. Our premises are used by a wide range of community groups and we run a lunch club for older people every Wednesday. We also have a weekly Bible study group and support various uniformed organisations.
Justice and peace matter to us and we keenly support Christian Aid. We also have an interest in a Hope for the Nations village in Malawi and would like to develop our understanding of this country as a focus for prayer, campaigning and action.