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Baptist -


Address :   South Street Baptist Church,
66-68 Greenwich South Street,
SE10 8UN

Link: Leadership details


Leader :   Pastor Gideon Nash

Link: Contact details

Contact Name :   Irene Nash
Mailing address line 1 :   South Street Baptist Church,
Address line 2 :   66-68 Greenwich South Street,
Area :   Greenwich
Post Code :   SE10 8UN
Telephone :   020 8691 1270
Minicom :  
Text Phone :  
Fax :   020 8378 5110
Web Site :

Link: Members details

Public Times :   Sunday 10:30


No. of Adults :   52
No. of Youth :   12
No. of Children :   15


Meeting Activities :   Sunday Morning Worship Services with creche, children and youth.

Coffee Club Wednesdays @ 10.00am

Housegroups on Wednesdays @ 7.45pm - we learn and grow together as we explore the word of God. This is a place to love and be loved and exercise our lungs through laughter. It is in such small groups that people grow in love and in knowledge of God and of one another.

Prayer meeting on Fridays @ 8.00pm - a time to pray for personal and church needs and also to see break throughs.

Outreach once a month on Saturday mornings @ 10.00am - giving out flyers and telling people about the love of Jesus.

Creative Arts - a different dimension of powerful worship through mime, dance, drama or poetry.

Alpha - running in the autumn. This is a means of presenting the basic principles of the Christian faith to non-church goers and it is suitable for people of different ages and backgrounds. New and growing Christians can also benefit from this course.

Good Friday Breakfast - very relaxing atmosphere, lots to eat and to reflect over this important day on the world's calendar. An opportunity to be reminded of what is GOOD about the Friday.

Evangelism Weekend held in October - powerful, anointed healing meeting not to be missed. Visiting speakers and local hosts.

Church Weekends Away - a time to relax, get to know people on a different level and deepen relationships. Also to learn and get closer to God.

Fellowship Lunch - held once a month after church service. Bring and share food and celebrate different nationalities, so bring anything that you like to eat and we spread all the food out on a table and enjoy each others company while we eat.

Christmas Day Service - Reconnect with God's gift to humanity.

New Year's Eve Service - a time to reflect on the past. Given time and space to move on from mistakes and celebrate milestones reached. Be inspired to look to the coming year with hope.

Vacation Bible School - children's summer holiday club for 5-14 year olds. This is a time of fun through games, dance, music and bible stories to help build confidence in them.

Mother's Day Service - held to honour our mothers in the community and show appreciation for being one of a kind - special.

Father's Day Service - held to acknowledge and show our respect, appreciation and love for their roles in the family and society.


Other involvement :   Baptisms, children's dedications, weddings.


Link: Facilities details

Toilets :   YES
Book Shop :  
Kitchen :   YES
Other facilities :  

Link: Disability access details

Hearing Loop :  
Sign Language :  
Wheelchair Access :  
Hand Rails :  
Disabled Toilets :  
Guide Dogs allowed :  
Large Print Literature :  
Braille Alternative :  
Learning Difficulties accommodated :  
Other info. :  

Link: Educational visits details

'Greenwich SACRE' (Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education) are responsible for defining the content of the Religious Education curriculum within the schools located within the Greenwich Borough. As part of the Religious Education teaching they would like to offer children the option to visit various places of worship as a class visit to find out more about that particular faith group.

There is therfore an opportunity for local churches to explain their beliefs to a group of students.

For further details please contact 'Greenwich SACRE' directly.


School visits ? :   NO




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