Heathervale Baptist Church Values:
We seek to be a community of God’s people who are:
Spirit Filled, Bible Saturated, Sharing Jesus, Loving God and Others
In Person Sunday Worship
We have two services each Sunday. Communion is celebrated on the third Sunday of each month at both services.
Our 9am service meets in the Church lounge and is of a more traditional nature, lasting around 45-60 minutes.
The 10:30am Service is a more contemporary, family oriented service with a mix of modern and traditional worship songs. There is also, normally, an all age talk or video, as well as children’s and young people’s groups (see below). There is a creche available for the younger members of the family (0-3 years old). The 10:30 service finishes around 11:30-11:50am. Tea, coffee and biscuits are served in the Church lounge after the service.
If you are unable to or do not feel comfortable yet to attend in person, we will still be broadcasting our 10:30 service live over zoom. Zoom offers an interactive service where online participants are still able take an active part in the service in prayer. Click HERE to join the service or use the meeting ID and passcode below.
Older services are available on our YouTube Channel along with worship videos, all age talks and local School assemblies.
If you do not have a computer, tablet or a smartphone you can still access the audio of the services live by using your land line and entering the details below on your phone to join the service this Sunday:-
Phone Number: 0203 051 2874
Meeting ID: 163 503 789
Sunday Children’s and Young People’s groups
Identity, our teenage youth group, is open on Sundays and Wednesdays. On Sunday teenagers are welcome to join us for worship and leave the service for their own study just prior to the sermon, normally about 11am. We aim to finish at around about the same time as the main service. On Wednesday Identity is currently open from 7.30pm to 9.00pm (ish) in our youth lounge to the rear of the church.
Sunday Sparks is our Sunday children’s group. On arrival children and families join the main congregation for the first part of the service. After the opening worship and all age video/talk, children will leave the service with the group leaders and go to Sunday Sparks where they will stay until the end of the service. Sunday Sparks may include bible stories and video’s, craft and activities as well as singing and prayers. Sunday Sparks helps children start their journey to know and love Jesus.
Our latest news sheet is available here. (updated 24th March)
Our latest service video recordings are available, along with other resources, on our Recent Updates page.