Coney Hill Baptist Church

Demonstrating Gods Love Together

Sunday Worship

Our morning service is held each week at 10.30am and is streamed live  onto our Facebook Live page.  A series theme usually runs, from week to week, although it never matters if you've not been before.  The current programme is outlined below. Scrolling back on the Facebook page will enable you to watch all the previous services that have passed as well.  If you want to check out the previous online services that we've published over the period of Lockdown, then you can access them all here.  In addition, the notes from previous messages you could try at our archive section here or go the sermon downloads page to listen to past sermons.  

30th April    Change: From Old to New

                    2 Corinthians 5:14-21 (Communion) 

7th May        Coronation Day

                    1 Chronicles 29:10-25

14th May      Change: Mary Magdalene: From Trouble to Testimony 

                    Mark 16:9-15

21st May      Change: Jesus: From Earth to Heaven

Acts 1:1-11 (Communion) 

28th May      Change: David: From Shepherd to King

1 Samuel 16:5-13

4th June      Change: Esther: From Orphan to Queen

                    Esther 2:1-18

11th June    Change: Paul: From Bitterness to Grace

                    Acts 22:3-21


Key to our gathering together is so that we might listen to God speak, through what we believe to be His word, the Bible.  Each week, in an easy-going, relevant and interesting way a theme, issue or passage is addressed - so that we might be inspired, encouraged and comforted by our God who speaks. Our Sunday Service each week allows us to gather together to worship, pray and learn as one family.  Usually, a crèche is available throughout and, after the first 20-30 mins, the younger members of the congregation go their own groups, Footsteps, for 4-10's, 114's, for 11 - 15's.  In these restricted times, specific children's work isn't yet possible, but the first Sunday of each month sees a specific All Age service where families are especially invited to all come together.