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To be here for you is, for us, a real privilege. We look forward to getting to know you better. Perhaps you’ll discover a little more of the God who loves us and welcomes us all to His kingdom.

A message from our Pastor, Mike:

“Being followers of Jesus does not mean that we have got life sorted and know all the answers. But it does mean that we have found a dimension to life in knowing God that is worth sharing. Our aim as a church family is to help others know how good God is and to allow God’s influence to bring transformation to our lives. He really does rescue us from so much that hurts us in life and wants to give us fulfilment, hope and joy. God is always for us, and so we learn to be there for each other on life’s journey – for us to be here for you is a real privilege.”

You can read Mike’s full welcome here.

To make contact with Mike email him here

Click here to read Mike’s booklet on the good news of Jesus.

Who are we?

Bloxham Baptist Church is made up of a group of ordinary people from a variety of backgrounds and a wide age range. We have heard and responded to the good news of what God is doing through Jesus Christ and want to be part of His actions in this world that He created and loves. We want to share God’s love with others in our Church, families, communities, social lives and places of work.

Why do we meet?

We meet because as part of God’s family, we want to learn more about Him and express our worship to Him together.


We value children as part of the Church, and we provide them with opportunities to seek and find God in ways that they understand. We also hope that they will have lots of fun in the process!


Prayer is a very important part of our Christian lives and, in addition to Sunday, there are opportunities during the week to meet together to bring our worship, praise and thankfulness to God. We can also express our burdens, concerns and requests in prayer.


‘Communion’, or ‘breaking bread’, or ‘the Lord’s Supper’ as some people call it, is something we do because Jesus asked us to. As we break and share the bread, drink the ‘wine’ and pray together, it reminds us of the significance of Jesus’ death.

We celebrate communion in our main service on the third Sunday and at a 9 am service on the second Sunday.


When people believe in Jesus Christ and are intentional about living for Him, we baptise them by fully immersing them in water. It is a graphic illustration of death, burial and resurrection and signifies our acceptance of what God had done for us in Christ and His promise to help us live in partnership with Him.

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