Kenton Baptist Church
Maundy Thursday Communion Service
Live at 8.15 p.m.
To join the service online please click the link below:
To listen in by telephone dial (0330) 221 0097
When asked dial the access code 116-105-661
Due to current Government advice, all regular services, meetings and organisations are suspended for the time being.
Please check back regularly for news on possible 'streaming' and Virtual Church. Thanks!
Welcome to Kenton Baptist Church!
KBC is a safe place to explore your faith and discover God’s love. We are a group of Bible believing Christians who meet together to worship God and serve our community. Jesus Christ has shown us how much God loves us -
Our desire is to know God more and to help everyone discover how amazing He is!
We meet together on Sundays to worship Jesus, receive teaching from the Bible and enjoy God - everybody is welcome.
Just come as you are!
There’s plenty going on throughout the week to get involved with and you’ll find out more in the links at the top.
Our main meetings are on
Sundays at 10:30am and 6:30pm.
Come and join us, we’d love to say hello!
Youtube links to some good Easter Songs:
God is our Refuge and Strength.
The true meaning of Easter is
new life in Jesus Christ
We all do things wrong that separate us
from God, but the Good News is that
Jesus' life, death and resurrection
can restore our relationship back to God.
God loves us so much that He sent Jesus
as Saviour of the World.
Trusting in Jesus gives us a relationship
with God which brings us hope, peace,
forgiveness and freedom.
God has done everything HE can by sending Jesus
and now it is up to US to make the most important decision of our lives.
All we need to do is call on Him.
No matter what happens in our world, God is ultimately in control. The Bible tells us not to fear and that He 'holds all things together'. God sets our feet upon a rock and gives us a firm place to stand when we trust in Jesus. That's when we realise HE is holding US!
As the scripture says,
'Anyone who believes in Him will never be put to shame.'
Romans 10 v 11 The Bible