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Sunday Service

Sunday morning worship begins at 10.30 and lasts for approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes, longer when Communion is served. Most people arrive before 10.30 and are greeted at the door by a Welcomer from the church. Everyone is welcome and if you arrive after 10.30, please still come inside and join us.

The service usually runs as follows, although this may alter especially for the more informal all-age worship Sundays:

  • Welcome by the Pastor / Preacher
    Opening Prayer
    Songs / hymns led by the Worship Band
    Children/ young people go to separate sessions
    Bible reading
    Sermon
    Songs / hymns led by the Worship Band
    The Grace

There are full audio-visual and multi-media systems to enhance our praise and worship with a large screen to display songs, videos, PowerPoint and other media sources.

Regular church activities

Wednesday community lunch

12.00pm arrival for 12.30pm start on the second Wednesday of the month at Amesbury Baptist Centre. A two-course meal is provided to those who attend (£2.50 charge) and is followed by an after-lunch speaker. Topics covered are very wide-ranging. There is no need to book, please just come along. If you would like to contact us beforehand for more information or to give dietary requirements, this would be most helpful.

Men’s breakfast

09.00am on the second Saturday in the month – meet at Amesbury Baptist Church

Women’s breakfast

09.00am on the last Saturday in the month – meet at Amesbury Baptist Church

Ark – parent / carer and toddler group

09.15am – 11.15am every Thursday at Amesbury Baptist Centre (term-time only)

Bible study

10.30am every Wednesday at Amesbury Baptist church
Everyone is welcome to join us for a weekly bible study, discussion, and prayers.

Centre prayer group

03.00pm – 05.00pm every Friday at Amesbury Baptist Centre

Daisies women’s group

08.00pm on the third Wednesday of the month
Women meet to share, care, laugh and grow together in faith.

Cell / home groups

Cell or home groups meet for fellowship and to read parts of the bible together, to discuss it (sometimes as part of a series of studies) and to pray together. The times can vary, so please contact us for more details. Sometimes, cell groups combine for an extended period of joint study.

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