You will have seen in the news that there have been further relaxations of Lockdown restrictions. We are therefore open on Sunday mornings and Wednesdays for worship and Prayer meetings.
Some of you may still not be able to return, and others, such as over 70s, may still feel it is too early for you. Please do not feel pressured at all to return, nor feel left out. We will remember you. It goes without saying that you should not return if you have or have recently had symptoms of Covid-19, or been in contact with someone with symptoms.
We will meet in the Hall for the initial period. There will be a one-way system using the Hall side door and the disabled entrance as entry/exit points. For the safety of other worshippers you will be expected to wear a face covering, unless you have a valid reason for not doing so.
Space in the Hall should not be a problem, but we would be grateful if you could let us know if you plan to attend.
Please use our Contact page to get in touch with any questions.
We are Ashton Baptist Church. A church is not a building, but a local gathering of believers in the Lord Jesus Christ.
But you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, His own special people, that you may proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light; (1 Peter 2:9)
We meet for worship twice on a Sunday. Services are a mixture of hymns (mostly traditional, occasionally modern), prayers, Bible readings, and a sermon. After the morning service we spend time together, getting to know one another over tea, coffee, and biscuits.
There are several other weekly activities, such as the midweek Bible study and prayer meeting, Kipper Club, Toddler Group, Coffee and Fellowship Event, and Ladies’ Bible study.
Ashton Baptist Church is a founding member of the West Lancashire Reformed Baptist Fellowship, which meets regularly for edifying and educational special lectures about a variety of Biblical subjects. All are welcome to attend.
We look forward to seeing you in our congregation.