Welcome to St Peter’s Baptist Church. You are warmly invited to find out more about us. Here you can find out what our church is like, what our priorities are and how to connect with us.
We are a committed family of Christians who follow Jesus and long to discover more about Him. We are passionate about knowing God’s love for us, sharing His love with each other, and with our local communities.
As you connect with us, we hope you will find a place where you feel very much at home and greatly blessed.
We are a church that loves and accepts everyone, no matter what your background or experience. Whether you’re new to the area, exploring Christian faith or looking for a place to call home, come and join us on Sunday - we’d love to meet you.
We know that visiting a church for the first time can be daunting, so click below to find out everything you need to know to make your visit as easy as possible.
We believe in the importance of both Word and Spirit of God. We are therefore Evangelical and Charismatic. We believe the Bible is incredibly important for teaching and guiding and that the Holy Spirit’s work is vital in accomplishing God’s plans in us and through us.
Our church vision is one of Loving, Releasing, and Inviting: Loving God, each other, and our communities; Releasing the full gifting of the church so that it might be built up; Inviting others to discover and grow a relationship with Jesus and to come and belong to this family
Our latest news.
For specific events please visit the Connect page / Upcoming events
Preaching series: Romans
We have recently started a series of sermons on Sunday mornings on Paul’s letter to the Romans. This will run all through the summer due to finish in October.
Family picnics in Battenhall Park 31st July and 21st August
Join us from 11:45am on 31st July and again on 21st August for a picnic in Battenhall Park. Bring your family and a picnic along
Summer Fun at St Peter’s Baptist Church
Tuesday 2nd August (1030-12); Tuesday 16th August (1030-12); Tuesday 23rd August (1030-12);
Sensory and play spaces for babies and toddlers; activities; stories and crafts for children aged up to 11;
£2 per child aged 2+; £1 for siblings. No charge for under 2s
Day of prayer: 2nd September
Come and join us for a day of prayer at church. More details to follow – but mark the date in your diary now!
Meet our Teams
We currently have a vacancy for a newly-created post - CYF Assistant (Children, Youth and Families)
We are blessed to have a thriving CYF Ministry within our church, both on Sundays and throughout the week. We believe God is calling us deeper into the lives of our church and community families and we need to expand our team to do this.
If you love to teach, inspire and disciple children, young people and their families, we would love to hear from you.
Please submit your application by Thursday 24th July. Interviews will take place on Wednesday 27th July.
Desired start date for the successful candidate is September 2022.
For an informal conversation about this role please contact Rebekah Mogg (CYF Lead) email@example.com
Our most recent blogs
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Waking-up to God-incidences
Look for the helpers
Is Jesus for Wussies?
Light on the water
Beauty from brokenness
What nourishes you?
St Peter's Baptist Church previously existed for more than 100 years as Red Hill Baptist Church, meeting in a small chapel in Cannon Street, off London Road. After many years searching for a new site to accommodate the growing numbers, a new chapter began in 2007 with the move to St Peter's and the opening of the new Church Centre.
That was a real answer to our prayers.
We hope and believe that as a church, welcoming to all, we have brought a heart to the local community through our presence and the availability of the building to others.
At St Peter’s Baptist Church we aim to be a welcoming, inclusive and nurturing Christian community, where everyone will feel safe to learn, grow and worship in safety. One way that we do this is by being committed to safeguarding children, young people and adults, from harm, abuse and neglect.
We recognise and take seriously our responsibilities by having positive and proactive processes in place. These processes allow everyone to feel safe and maintain standards of best practice for the benefit of everyone in the church.
St. Peter’s Baptist Church acknowledges the duty of care to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and adults and is committed to ensuring safeguarding practice reflects statutory responsibilities, government guidance and complies with best practice requirements.
Click these links to read our policies
(Designated Person Safeguarding)
REPORT A CONCERN
If you have a concern about safeguarding at St Peter’s Baptist Church you can contact our safeguarding team:
Phone 01905 767090