Sandbach Baptist Church
is a community that has Jesus at its heart, and we would love to share his love with you.
(You can find out a bit more about us here)
We meet for worship on Sunday mornings
at Sandbach Primary Academy, Crewe Road.
Our other activities are usually at our Oasis Centre, 36 Green Street.
All our events are in our Diary
Regular church goer? Occasional visitor?
Never been before?
You will be welcome to join us and we would love to see you.
Our regular Sunday morning service is at 10.30 am.
All our services cater for children, with a Sunday School, and there is all-age worship on the 3rd Sunday of each month.
No formality - just come as you are. Enjoy the music and singing and listen to an interesting, relevant and challenging talk about the Christian faith.
Enjoy tea or coffee, biscuits and conversation afterwards.
We have an evening meeting for informal worship, study and prayer every Sunday at 6.30 p.m. at Oasis Community Centre, Green Street.
Study groups also meet midweek in homes and at Oasis.
The Church also runs a number of community outreach events at our Oasis Community Centre in Green Street.
You will be welcome at one of the community activities
at our Oasis Centre, 36 Green Street, Sandbach, CW11 1GX
Welcome Bap drop-in for older members of the community
Tots & Co for toddlers, children and their carers
Knit and Natter sessions
The Oasis Centre is also available to hire - For information
Updated 17th March 2020
16th April 2021
There have been many changes because of the pandemic, but we are still here, meeting and working in different ways.
You can find out about midweek groups and other activities in the newsletter, which also has our contact details.
Jesus answered, ‘I tell you the truth, unless you are born again, you cannot be in God’s kingdom.’ John 3:3
Worship on Sunday
This week we have our all-age service, which you can watch on Youtube.
Alistair is leading the service and there will be contributions from people from the church.
To listen to the audio-only service click below
Bible reading: John 21:15-25 and
‘Peter- hope for a disciple who failed to stand firm’.
During the service, some of the younger [or young at heart!] members of our congregation might like to spend some time making some sheep to display at the Zoom Coffee Meeting after the service. There are two sets of instructions at the end of the newsletter, one for making simple sheep, one for making more complicated sheep. There is also a colouring sheet for the children to complete during the service.
There is Zoom coffee after the service. Details appear in the newsletter sent by email.
Songs for worship at home are on the link below
Prayer for the Royal Family
We pray for Her Majesty the Queen and the Royal Family as they mourn the death of Prince Philip.
We pray that they will know the comfort of God, who says ‘I will never leave you or forsake you’.
We give thanks for the life of Prince Philip, for the support he gave to the Queen and for all that he brought to our nation. Amen.
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