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Our main Sunday Gathering (10.30am) is currently online. Please contact our Church Secretary for details on how to join us. When we are back together you'll find us at The Warriner School.See more details
Sadly all our weekly activities are on hold at the moment. When we're back, you'll find we hold a wide variety of activities for families, children and youth including baby and toddler groups, Wednesday Tea and Girls’ Brigade. You can, however, join a whole range of online study groups in Bloxham and surrounding villages for those seeking to explore issues of faith.See more details
There has been a Baptist Church congregation in Bloxham since the Seventeenth Century and whilst we belong to the Baptist Union of Great Britain, we have members from many, varied, backgrounds and denominations.
Our guiding mission of Loving Jesus, Loving People reflects our base of biblical teaching that supports all of our local community outwork and wider mission support.
We are an all-age church family ranging from pre-school toddlers through to an active youth, singles, families, ‘empty nesters’ and on to our senior members.
We try to reflect our many ages and backgrounds in our times of worship and whilst largely contemporary in nature, you’ll recognise some favourite hymns.
We are led by our Pastor, Mike Tydeman.
If you have just moved to Bloxham and are looking for a Church family to join or for activities to take part in, do take a look around our website. We’d love to hear from you - drop us a note.Read more
In normal times we run a whole set of activities during the week for people of all ages - for pre-school children, young people, youth and for families as a whole - in both term time and holidays.Read more
Our church fellowship is involved in many activities near and far so do take a look at our blog where we share information on issues of faith, causes that we support, testimonies from our members on how God is working in Bloxham – and much more besides.
We are now going into our second month of being apart. Who could have even thought at the start of 2020 that something would cause our church not to meet together? But then came coronavirus and the realisation that it may be some time until we can meet in one room together again.