• Welcome To Bath Street Centre

    We’d love you to join with us as we worship each week. Things are a little different due to Covid 19 restrictions, so here’s what to expect. We currently repeat our service twice each Sunday – at 10:30am and at 4:00pm. This means that there is plenty of space for social distancing. Here are some practical details about what’s currently different;

    • - In line with government guidelines we ask that those who attend wear a face mask. Hand sanitiser is available inside. Our seating is arranged into different sized groups to enable families to sit together.
    • - Our worship is different at the moment. Current guidelines affect corporate singing indoors, but we seek to engage with the worship as the musicians lead us.
    • - If it’s your first time with us, we’ll ask you to complete contact details for test and trace purposes.
    • - Finally, we aim to leave the building promptly after the service to talk with each other outside, as guidelines allow small groups to meet outdoors, but ask us to avoid mingling in the building.

    Whatever the restrictions, you’ll receive a warm welcome and we’d love to meet with you.

    While many of our regular programs are on hold at the moment, we currently have meetings each Thursday – these are held by Zoom, so contact a church leader if you’d like details of how to join.

    We also use the online platforms below to stream and record services:

    Find our streams here: Bath Street Facebook Page

    Find the recordings of our services here: Bath Street Youtube Channel


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  • How Do I Become A Christian?

    If you would like to know how to become a Christian please click on the following link which explains the gospel in six simple steps 


    Please contact us if you would like a copy of the

    booklet 2 Ways to Live.


  • Our Mission:

    We seek to bring glory and honour to God in both word and action.

    We aim to do this through worship, learning, fellowship, prayer and through sharing our faith

    with the people around us.


  • Daily Message