Morden Park Baptist Church

Knowing Christ and making Christ known

Welcome to our Church 


Coronavirus (Covid19) update

Having re-opened our church we had to close again in November due to the new lockdown announced by the Government.  In line with Baptist Union advice we have taken the difficult decision to remain closed for the time being for all activities.  We are continuing to worship together digitally via zoom at 11am each Sunday.  

We hope to be able to resume soon when we will again be opening for Sunday Morning Worship with a limited capacity and for a shorter service with restrictions.  Those who attend will be required to wear a mask and we are operating 2m distancing arrangements.  Our services will continue to be broadcast via the zoom link for those unable to attend.  As we have a limited capacity we are asking anyone who would like to attend a service to pre book so as not to be turned away.

All of our opening arrangements are in line with advice from the Baptist Union and HM Government. 

We have been exploring new ways to worship and communicate via social media and updates are posted on our Facebook Community site.   We especially want to reach out with our love, prayers and practical care to any who are in need. 

Should you wish to make contact the best way will be via the 'email us' link which is regularly monitored and we will do our best to respond in a timely manner.

God bless

I am convinced that nothing can ever separate us from God’s love. Neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither our fears for today nor our worries about tomorrow—not even the powers of hell can separate us from God’s love. (Romans 8:38)

Links that you may find useful for home worship

The complete Holy Bible read by David Suchet

Bible In One Year - Bible Reading App

Hillsong Worship Songs

30 Hymns with Lyrics

Premier Christian Radio

A useful perspective from our friends at Tearfund

Decoding coronavirus

Sermon from 070620 that you might find helpful at this time

How do we positively manage a crisis?