Welcome to Costessey Baptist Church
Costessey Baptist Church on The Street at Old Costessey has been in existence since 1798. The red brick Chapel was opened for worship in 1822. The Church is a member of the Baptist Union of Great Britain and supports the Baptist Missionary Society and Home Mission. Behind the Chapel is a cemetery and alongside is the hall which was opened in May 1969. There is additional parking on grass behind the Church hall. The hall is not available for external bookings while the COVID-19 restrictions are in place.
Our vision is to see God's Kingdom grow through a healthy Church living as a wholesome community engaged in relevant mission.
We witness to the love of God in sending his only Son Jesus to be the Saviour of the world.
We encourage people to live a life reflecting that love; in word, thought and action.
We proclaim the love of God that brings salvation through Jesus and a call to Christ-like living.
Meditate on this Bible verse in 2021
Psalm 121:1-2 (New International Version) BibleGateway.com
"I will lift up my eyes to the hills - where does my help come from?
My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth"
Church update during the Coronavirus pandemic
Sunday morning services in Costessey Baptist Church hall have resumed at 10.45 with Church Procedures followed by all who attend. Seats need to be reserved in advance as there is limited space due to social distancing. Please book with the Church secretary. For official updates on the pandemic, go to www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Each weekend there are links for Sunday worship posted on the Pastor's Page and you are invited to listen at the time of the normal Sunday service at 10.45 so we continue to meet as a Church even though not in person. Pastor Peter has recorded his Bible messages on YouTube and you can hear archived talks. If you would like to know more about the church or the Christian faith, please contact the Pastor.
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