Statement from Pastor and Leadership Team 25th February 2021 

It is permitted currently under Government regulations to open the church for physical communal worship, but the Leadership Team are agreed that we will NOT open yet for physical worship. For the moment we will continue to broadcast services online. We regret this very much but feel it's the safest thing to do. We will be reviewing this at our Leadership Team meeting in early March, in light of the new Government 'roadmap out of lockdown' and our denomination's advice.

Services will be provided on Church’s You Tube channel every week. The prayer meeting ( Thursday 7pm) and after church fellowship chat ( Sundays 12noon) continue on Zoom. Please e mail for details. We still do not consider it safe for Friday Friends toddler group or Take A Break Coffee Morning to reopen yet. We are keeping the situation under review as a leadership and hope to reopen as soon as we deem it safe to do so.                                                                                  

Welcome to the website of South Ashford Baptist Church, a congregation which meets on Brookfield Road, Ashford.   Please feel free to use the links to find out more about us.  We are a family of friendly ordinary people of all ages who have recognised Jesus as our Saviour, and seek to live our lives under his Lordship. 

Whoever you are, and wherever you’re from, you will always be very welcome to join us at SABC. We believe that God draws people from all nations and backgrounds to be part of His family, and we love to welcome those who move to our town from different parts of the world, and who are looking for a new spiritual home within a growing Christian family.

   Our regular services are: Sunday morning worship: 10:30 am, every Sunday. 

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7.30pm - and people's homes ( ring for venue) or at church ( 3rd Thursday).      

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    To hire our facilities see our 'hiring our facilities' page.              

For weddings, baby dedications, believer's baptisms and funerals please do contact the minister. 

      We take safeguarding seriously here at SABC, and we follow the 'Safe to Grow' policy and procedures of the Baptist Union of Great Britain for children and 'Safe to Belong' policy and procedures of BUGB in respect of vulnerable adults.  For further information see this link. 





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We understand life can be difficult and circumstances very challenging on occasion. However, please note that we do not give out food or money from the church premises. 

That does not mean we don't care, though, or don't want to help you. Please see the 'if you need help with things' section of this website for more details.