What is a Baptist?
Perhaps you've been to a church before, but have never been to a Baptist Church. Maybe you don't really know what to expect or what key believes might differ to what you have been used to. Here you can find all the information on "What exactly is a Baptist?"

What do we believe?
The Lordship of Christ;
‘Jesus is Lord’ is the distinctive confession of faith, which sets us free to be our true selves.

The authority of the Bible;
We believe that the Bible is the Word of God

Believers’ baptism;
On the basis of the New Testament, Baptists claim that baptism is for believers who are able to declare ‘Jesus is Lord’.
A believers’ church;
We understand the church to be a community of believers gathered by the Holy Spirit in the name of Jesus Christ.
The missionary task;
Encouraged by the Holy Spirit, we seek to be a missionary community, believing that each Christian has a duty to share their faith with others.
The church meeting;
This is the occasion when members come together to prayerfully discern God’s will for our life together.
Associating ecumenically;
On the basis of the New Testament, Baptists believe that churches should not live in isolation from one another but rather be ‘inter-dependent’, both as Baptists and as part of the Church Universal.
The priesthood of all believers;
Every member has a role to play, whether in teaching, faith-sharing, evangelism, social action, pastoring, guiding, serving, prophetic insight, praying, healing, administration or hospitality.
The Baptist Union of Great Britain;
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Any Questions?
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