Castlehold Baptist Church

Services

March-April 2021

What you need to know

The church building has remained closed during March and Sunday services have been streamed live. However, some on-site services will be held in April. (These will also be streamed live for those watching from home.) If you would like to attend an on-site service, advance booking is essential. For more information, click the button below to see the Covid-19 guidelines.

Pre-Covid-19 information (Jan 2019): see below

Sunday service

A warm welcome awaits you at our morning service which starts at 10:30 and lasts until around 11:45.

People start arriving soon after 10:00 and refreshments are served after the service – good opportunities for chatting with friends or making new ones.

The service itself is lively and relatively informal, but is underpinned by a careful structure for worship and teaching. Members of the congregation play their part
in song, Bible reading and prayer. On the second Sunday of the month we have Communion.

Babies, children and teenagers are always welcome. There is a range of groups available for them to experience church in an age-appropriate way. Most Sundays they join their groups soon after the start of the service.

Accessibility

Wheelchair and pushchair access to the church is via the blue side door on the right at the front of the church.

  • There is an accessible toilet with baby-changing facilities at the back of the church.
  • A hearing loop is set up in the main part of the church.