Telephone:            Church Office - Mark Ryan: 01803 520453.                                     Minister,               Revd. Stephen Coles: 07845 533265


    We are open for Sunday morning All Age services at 10.30am


    “Do not let your hearts be troubled, trust in God. Trust also in me”. This is what Jesus Christ said to His friends just before He was arrested and crucified, when they were very afraid.


    At this very difficult time when the future is uncertain and so many familiar ways of living and connecting have been taken from us our Lord Jesus Christ says the same words to us:-


    “Trust in me. I am here for you. I am never going to leave you. You can talk to me anywhere at any time and I will speak to you. I give a free gift of peace to all those who put their trust in me.”


    Please let us know if we can help you in any way. You can call the Church Office or our Minister on the telephone numbers above. Alternatively you can use the church's email address to leave a prayer request.


    Our services are suitable for all ages with our children doing their activites as a separate group twice a month. 


    We comply fully with Governoment restrictions and so we are not allowed to do any singing and Face coverings are required in all our meetings.

    Prayer      We meet for prayer on Tuesdays at 19.30 and Thursdays at 10.00.

    Keeping in Touch Our Church Secretary, Mark Ryan, is circulating a weekly "Keeping in Touch" prayer and newsheet to all who would like to receive it. Please contact Mark Ryan, who will supply either a paper or email copy.

    Complete services recorded on Sunday mornings for you to join in with at home are available. Find these by going to "Services" (in the bar at the top of this page) where you will find the service for this (and previous) Sunday(s). Click on the "play" arrow at the left end of the black strip. This can also be supplied as a paper or email copy - please ask our minister, Stephen Coles, who can also help if you are having difficulty finding the audible recording. 

    As a church, we are anxious to mitigate the adverse effects of having to self-isolate. Anyone who feels they are in difficulty, either because of loneliness or otherwise, are urged to contact Stephen or Mark, or anyone you feel particularly comfortable in approaching.

     The Baptist Union and the South West Baptist Association have various resources available, which can be found by searching for them on the internet.

    Welcome to the website of Paignton Baptist Church, a warm and friendly fellowship meeting in Winner Street in the centre of Paignton. Most of the website content is relevant when times are normal. This, of course, is not the case at present, but the pages are there for you to consult pending better times. Whether you are just visiting, are wishing to explore the Christian faith, or are looking for a church family to join, we look forward to meeting you. You will find that our worship is contemporary in style, as we seek to glorify God in culturally relevant ways, yet remains true to age-old Christian tradition.

    We aim to be a church for people of all ages, all abilities, all nations and all circumstances, and believe we are called to share the good news about the Lord Jesus Christ with everyone in our local community. We are convinced that Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life, and that no-one comes to the Father except through Him and it is this conviction that inspires us to reach out to people with the love of God.

    We are a member church of the South West Baptist Association and the Baptist Union of Great Britain, and enjoy working ecumenically with other local churches through Christians Together in Paignton.  Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to know more about the church or our activities.




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