Welcome to Fryerns Baptist Church’s website! We are delighted to have this opportunity to introduce you to the ministry here in Basildon, Essex.
Who are we? You can find more about ourselves by visiting Who we are or you can learn a bit about What we Believe also. You can also listen to our Sermons on-line or listen to some testimonies or follow us on Facebook!
How about Sunday school? We do have family worship services as well as Sunday school. Well, If you’re aged 2-11 then you’re welcome to join Sunday School! This takes place during Sunday morning services. All children are very welcome!!! Wheelchair accessible.
Teachers and children usually leave the service during the third hymn and rejoin parents afterwards.
Visitors: Welcome to our church. It would be great to see you – whether you’re local or a holidaymaker or just curious about Christianity or the things of God.
Everyone is welcome and remember to stay for a hot cup of tea or coffee after the morning service!
- Halling Baptist Church celebrated 118 years of service to God and His faithfulness in sustaining a gospel presence in Kent on 31st July 2016.
- Conferences to look out for: Equipped 317 Conference at Ebbsfleet on Sat 9th July 2016; Grace Baptist Mission Annual day on Sat 29th October at Friends House (Euston, London)
- Latest Sermons at Fryerns Baptist Church.
- On 10th July we said bye to Christiana who will be going away overseas to work. May God watch over her.
- Conferences to look out for: Healthy Churches Conference 2016. The second annual Healthy Churches conference will be held in Duke Street Church in Richmond. Key note speaker will be Mack Stiles (9 Marks Ministries). Theme: Fostering a culture of evangelism in our local churches. Date: 5th September 2016 from 10am to 4.30pm. To book to attend and for further details here. (Get a flyer here)
- **Church summer barbecue and picnic** – 1pm Saturday 11th June 2016.
- Upcoming preaching diary, activities and meetings.
- Latest Missions news and updates.
- Ever wondered what the artwork or mural at the entrance of Fryerns Baptist Church depicts?