WELCOME TO THE FAMILY!

Church is family. We want everyone to be able to connect and find a place of belonging within Fleet Baptist Church. The best way to be a part of our family is to join us at our Sunday meetings when we gather to worship together, receive teaching from the Bible and share in community.

As well as Sundays, there are many other ways to connect during the week: and along with those included below we also have groups and activities for children and youth

PASTORATES

One of the ways to help everyone find a place where they can meet people and build friendships is through our Pastorates. These are groups of 30-50 people that meet periodically to engage as a community in social events, as well as worship, discipleship and mission.

FOR INFORMATION ON PASTORATES CONTACT THE CHURCH OFFICE

YOUNG ADULTS

Relay is for 18 to 30 year olds and meets each week to talk about life, work/uni and Jesus. They gather in the Church House, adjoined to the church building on Clarence Road and, along with the weekly meetings, there are lots of social events too. 

All the latest details of what Relay are doing can be found on their Facebook page.

seNIORS

Our community of seniors love to meet together at Thursday Fellowship which meets on Thursday afternoon at Clarence Road 2.15PM. The meeting typically includes a few hymns, prayers and a short talk. Transport is available for those who need it.

PASTORAL CARE

As a community, we aim to develop a culture of support, love and care through which we reflect the love of Jesus to one another.  This pastoral support can happen in a variety of informal ways, but we do have a pastoral care structure in place to help everyone find fellowship and love in our community.  Our pastoral care visiting team is available to meet up with you.  

 

FOR INFORMATION ON ALL THESE GROUPS AND CARE CONTACT THE CHURCH OFFICE

 

 

If you're new to us and haven't filled in one of our green Connect cards (available every Sunday), please complete and submit the following electronic version instead.