Harvest Thanksgiving and Quiz
Macmillan Coffee Afternoon
This was held on Saturday 25 September and over £300 was raised for Macmillan Cancer Support. The charity was founded in 1911 by Douglas Macmillan, who lived in Knoll Road, Sidcup and worshipped at this church. His first wife is buried in the graveyard.
Reverend Brenda Brundritt, has now left the church. Her last service on Sunday 19 September was followed by a barbecue lunch in the church grounds. We send Bren and her family every good wish for the future and thank her for her work here over the last five years. God bless you, Bren.
Services at church and on Zoom!
Morning Worship and some of our meetings have resumed at the church, and others are on on Zoom. Please visit our Coronavirus page for more detail of the situation.
We are now holding prayer meetings and Bible studies on Wednesday evenings at 7:30pm.
Other activities remain cancelled for the time being. Unfortunately, all the events listed on this website are currently subject to cancellation if Covid restrictions change. Please check near the time of the event in which you are interested.
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Our part-time administrator normally works from 10am until noon on weekdays. She supports the minister and church officers with administrative matters, including lettings of our hall and rooms, and can be contacted on 07566 208117 or via contact us.
Foots Cray Baptist Church is keen to welcome children to our services and especially to our Sunday Club. We want them to be happy and safe in their time with us.
We have broadband installed, so that visitors can use Wi-Fi on the premises. The codes are to be found on the notice board in the corridor behind the church.
- 137 Sidcup Hill
- DA14 6JS