This Sunday the church will be open for worship at 10.30am.  Due to Covid-19 there are some restrictions in place (see below), but we are excited to be able to worship in person together.  The main thing is that if you'd like to come, you must book in advance as spaces are limited.

Please click here to book your space.

  • You’ll need to wear a mask during the service (unless you’ve got a medical exemption)
  • There will be some music, but we are not allowed to sing together.
  • Please arrive between 10:15 and 10:25am so there’s time for you to be shown to your seats.
  • Please don’t turn up without booking as there may not be a place for you. If people who have already booked haven’t arrived by 10.35am then their place will be given to anyone waiting.
  • Observe the social distancing measures. We know this is hard!  But please do ensure you help us to stay within all the guidelines and most importantly show our care and love for each other by keeping others safe.
  • We're not able to run junior church or creche at this time. 
  • This does need to be a family effort so please let James know asap if you can help with stewarding or cleaning after the service.

We are aware that not everyone is able to meet at the church, so we are planning to keep streaming the service on YouTube. (details will be on our homepage shortly).  It will look different as it will be coming from the church, but please do worship with us at home.  If you have any questions at all please don't hesitate to get in touch.


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We've really missed running Noah's Ark for the last year, and we are looking to see how the next phase of the roadmap on 17th May will affect stay and play groups. 

We are closed for the moment, and we will regularly review this as guidance changes, and will post any updates on here.

(updated May 2021)

CourtyardChadwell Heath Baptist Church is making plans to update the current church site.

Thank you to everyone who submitted their comments and feedback, and contributed to our public consultation that we held in August 2020.  The consultation period has now finished but you can still view the plans online, listen to the webinar and read the FAQs. 

Click here for to view our future plans

Thank you to everyone who has signed up to prayer for one hour between 6am on Saturday 8th and 6am on Sunday 9th August, and it is wonderful that all the spaces have been filled so that there is a constant chain of prayer for 24 hours. 
To guide you through the hour of prayer please find some points below which you may find helpful.

Psalm 90:17, NIV: "May the favour of the Lord our God rest on us; establish the work of our hands for us-- yes, establish the work of our hands."