SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE 10:30am - 11.30am
Our Morning Service aims to have something for everyone - for those on their own and those with families, for Christians and for those who are just looking. There is a mix of worship, prayer and teaching along with other activities. During the second half the young people go to their own classes - Kings Club for those 3 years to school year 4 and Covies for those school year 5 and above - while the adults listen to a relevant talk about life from the Bible. (On the 1st and 3rd Sunday Communion will be part of the Service). Please join us for tea or coffee and a chat after this service.

At the Communion 'Breaking of Bread' service we meet together around the communion table to spend time with the Lord Jesus Christ worshipping Him for who He is and what He has done, in His life, death and resurrection. All are welcome to join with us but we would ask that only those who know and love the Lord take communion.

Each Sunday evening at 6:30pm there is Bible teaching from a wide variety of speakers with the aim of learning more of what God has to say to us and applying it to our lives.
Our programme for the next few weeks is shown below.  (On the 2nd and 4th Sunday Communion will be part of the Service).

 Date  Subject:    Speaker

 26 Jan

 Matthew 12:15-21 Don't make a big noise! Isaiah 42:1-9 (Communion will be part of this service)

 Alistair Hornal

 2 Feb

 Matthew 13:34-35  Hidden?  Not any longer! Psalm 78:1-8

 David Thurlow

 9 Feb

 Matthew 21:1-5 See who is coming... Isaiah 62:11-12 (in context); Zechariah 9:9-10
(Communion will be part of this service)

 Alistair Hornal

 16 Feb


 Alistair Hornal

 23 Feb



 1 March


 Steve Treseder

 8 March

 ? (Communion will be part of this service)

 Paul Mortimore

 15 March


 Gareth Jones

 22 March

 ? (Communion will be part of this service)

 Euan Menzies


First thing on Monday mornings there is an opportunity to come together and pray for the work of the church, and its people.

The Bible Teaching and Prayer meeting varies throughout the month. One week is dedicated to praying for mission work at home and around the world. Other weeks there is a combination of Bible study, teaching and prayer.

WOMEN @ 10am - THURSDAY - During School Term
Come along on Thursday mornings for a women’s only group who meet to study the Bible, worship, pray and have fellowship together over a hot drink.  We meet in the hall so babies and toddlers are also welcome to play with the toys in the same room. 
It’s an encouraging and uplifting small group and you are very welcome to come along.

TODDLER GROUP 9.30am - FRIDAYS - During School Term
All toddlers are invited to bring their parents or guardians along to sit and chatter over a cuppa or two while they get on with the serious business of playing with the great selection of toys and other fun activities.

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The Bell Tower Drop-In is now open! It’s a new project developed for all young people of high school age in Chichester


Christians Against Poverty is a national debt counselling charity with a network of 280 centres based in local churches. CAP offers hope and a solution to anyone in debt through its unique, in-depth service.

The Chichester Centre is based at Chichester Baptist Church, 124 Sherborne Road, and works in partnership with other churches an and around the city. The Centre Manager is Martin Jenkins and can be contacted on 07738 116650 or  by email on

Emergency food for local people in crisis

Stonepillow provides services for homeless and vulnerable people working towards inclusion and wellbeing.

Care Confidential - For pregnancy and post-abortion support and

Tel: 01243 784177

Options aim to offer support to men and women facing difficult situations due to a crisis pregnancy or after an abortion. For clients dealing with a crisis pregnancy, we give information on all the options available in a calm confidential environment. Clients can explore the choices available to them before reaching their own informed decision.

Testimony - “I can't thank you enough for today. After spending just one hour talking to you I felt a huge sense of relief. You were very understanding and not at all judgmental which was very important for me and allowed me to be completely honest and open.”  (Client in her 30's)

Here to support survivors of rape and sexual abuse and their supporters. Our services are for women and men, girls and boys of all ages and background

City Angels is a project working with people in the City Centre of Chichester during Friday nights. City Angels is modelled on a successful and growing scheme called ‘Street Angels’. These projects are popping up all over the UK and having a tangible positive influence on towns and cities night time economies. City Angels are people passionate about Chichester and making our City centre at night time a fun filled and safe place to be.

  - Christian Youth Enterprises Sailing Centre (CYESC) is a multi-activity residential centre which caters for children, young people and adults of all abilities. Our particular passion and expertise centres on watersports and, as a recognised Royal Yachting Association Training Centre and British Canoe Union Approved Centre, we make the most of our privileged location in the stunning surroundings of Chichester Harbour - for more info please visit 

FEBA RADIO - Feba serves and gives hope to people and communities in the name of Jesus. We use radio to bring about practical, social and spiritual transformation, seeing lives changed for now and eternity.

Brass Tacks is a registered charity, which since 1986 has been ‘serving those who serve' by responding to requests of help from Christian missionaries, churches and mission organisations.

COUNTIES - is a network of UK based evangelists and resources.

is a missionary service group sending missionaries all over the world.

Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) is a Christian organization that provides aviation, communications, and learning technology services to more than 1,000 Christian and humanitarian agencies, as well as thousands of isolated missionaries and indigenous villagers in the world's most remote areas.There are three major operational centers - Nampa, Idaho, USA, Ashford United Kingdom, and Cairns, Australia. These centres provide operational support to programs in the Americas, Africa and Asia Pacific regions. In 2010, MAF served in more than 55 countries, flying 201,710 passengers with a fleet of some 130 aircraft

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