"This is the day the LORD has made;
let us rejoice and be glad in it."
Psalm 118:24

Life has more meaning when God is part of it.

We meet together in Central St Albans to share our experiences of God and see how that works out in our own lives.

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Church News

Baptist Assembly

This year's Baptist Assembly is in a new one-day format and will take place in Peterborough on Saturday 16th May. Bookings are still being taken for this opportunity to meet with other Baptist Christians from around the country to be inspired and to hear what God is doing in the UK and overseas.

Farewell to Phil Palmer and Jen O’Brien

Phil and Jen, James and Alex will be leaving us in May as they move to Beverley, East Yorkshire. Phil will be taking up the position of pastor at Beverley Baptist Church and in September he will begin training at the Northern Baptist College. There will be an opportunity to say farewell at a service on 24th May at 4.00pm and this will be followed by tea. All are welcome.

Who Let The Dads Out?

Our next Who Let The Dads Out? will be Saturday 9th May. This is our monthly Saturday morning group for pre-school children and their Dads, Granddads, Uncles etc. Unless otherewise advertised, we meet from 10.00 - 11.30 on the 2nd Saturday every month and all men are welcome to come and share the fun, the coffee and the bacon rolls ... so long as you bring your son/daughter/grandson/granddaughter/neice/nephew ...!

Coming Up

Sunday Morning Worship

Sunday mornings at 10:30am


Sunday Evening Worship

Sunday evenings at 6:30pm


For the full list of church events and activities see Regular Programme.

Thought for the Month

IS and Cinderella

Many of the young people that are known to have joined IS in Syria have been children and young adults still at school. The most famous case is of the four young women aged 15 and 16 who flew to Turkey and who were then spirited across the border into Syria where they are thought to have joined up with IS militias. Their families are understandably heart-broken at the thought that these vulnerable daughter and sisters are somewhere out of reach and in a war zone that is potentially extremely

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