John 3 verse 16
For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, that who so ever believes in him shall not perish but have everlasting life.
Earlsfield Baptist Church
Earlsfield Baptist Church lies at the heart of a busy community and this reflects in what we do. We endeavour to keep the Lord Jesus Christ at the centre of our life together as a church. It is correct that we are a diverse congregation of Christian believers from many backgrounds and this is reflected in what we do as a church making provision for younger children, their families, as well as those more elderly.
We are a Baptist Church and are linked with the Baptist Union (https://www.baptist.org.uk/ ) as well as the London Baptists (https://www.londonbaptist.org.uk/ ) We believe and agree with
We hold regular Sunday am services as well as various house groups and focused Christian activities (on-line? Add links to elsewhere in web site)
We are an outward looking church with many involved in Churches Together which links us with other local Christian communities. We have been involved with the Earlsfield Foodbank which operates weekly throughout the year.
This occurs on a Thursday morning meeting the needs of those who are vulnerable in SW18. This foodbank has operated for the past 6 years and is supported by donations from individuals as well as Bakery, Sainsburys, Tesco & the Co-op. (www. sainsadd link…)
Each month the Church has a different focus on various Christian charities such as Christian Aid, Baptist Home Mission and overseas, The Leprosy Mission ….. as well as Christian Solidarity dealing with those who are persecuted for their religious faith; this is not restricted only to Christians, as it is a major issue today internationally.
The Church itself, whilst over 100 years old, has extensive adjoining halls. These are used both by the Church (Over 60’s club, craft & games activities, Parents & Toddler group etc) as well as by external organizations such as a Montessori Nursery, Perform and various Dance classes. We also host the annual local Allotments exhibition. (link to what’s on)