Coronavirus (COVID-19) Notice

Following Government advice all of our regular activities are currently postponed and the Chapel building is closed. However as a church we are a group of people and not a building!
We are available to help and support the village as we are able, either as part of the Parish Council coordinated response or please call or email:

01380 830746

simon@brattonbaptistchurch.org.uk

allison@brattonbaptistchurch.org.uk

We are live streaming Sunday worship services on YouTube (search for Bratton Baptist Church) or see below. We are also making use of other technology to keep in touch with one another. Please contact us for more information.

LATEST SERMON

15th March 2020 | Live Lent (3): Land and Plants | Chris Smith

Church activities

Service times

Sunday am services
11:00am every Sunday except Remembrance Day and Christmas Day (10:00am)
Communion is normally the 2nd Sunday of each month
Sunday pm services (each month)
1st Sunday
No service
2nd Sunday
We join with St James for their Sing Praise service (normally at the Church Institute, Bratton)
3rd Sunday
Messy Church at 4:00pm – Crafts, story, songs and prayer for families
4th Sunday
Tea Time Service at 4:00pm – A more traditional service with hymns, prayers and reflection followed by tea
5th Sunday
No service
All of August
No services

Community activities

Messy Church is part of The Bible Reading Fellowship (BRF), a Registered Charity. www.brf.org.uk

Church groups

Home study groups
There are various groups which meet on different days and times. Please contact us for further information.
Early bird prayer
Wednesdays at 7:00am at the Church
Ladies only coffee
Thursdays at 10:45am – Pickleberry Coffee Shop, Bratton

Get in touch

If you've got a question about any of our Church activities, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Simon Gray

Minister

Tel: 01380 830746 (Church Office)
Email: simon@brattonbaptistchurch.org.uk

Allison Smith

Children and Families Worker

Tel: 01380 830746 (Church Office)
Email: allison@brattonbaptistchurch.org.uk

You might be surprised to hear it’s not the building in the picture (that’s just where we meet) but a group of people of all ages living in Bratton and the surrounding area who have faith that what Jesus Christ taught is true, and if followed will transform everyone’s lives for the better.

How to find us

Address

Bratton Baptist Church
Carpenters Lane
Bratton
Wiltshire
BA13 4RA

Directions by car

Travelling from Westbury
Take the B3098 towards Bratton, Edington and Devizes. Leaving the town you will pass the White Horse on your right. Bratton is approximately 3 miles from Westbury. Upon entering the village take the 3rd left into Carpenters Lane. The Church is at the bottom of Carpenters Lane and there is parking in front of the building.
Travelling from West Lavington
Take the B3098 towards Westbury. You will pass through the villages of Erlestoke and Edington. Upon entering the village take the 2nd right into Carpenters Lane. The Church is at the bottom of Carpenters Lane and there is parking in front of the building.

Let's get social

Facebook

Join us today 11am, you are most welcome!
www.youtube.com/channel/UCVN-3DleL5K53y51fSK1Gvw
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If you live in Bratton, you will see that some people have placed a TEDDY BEAR in their window to cheer us and bring a smile to our faces. (I think Marie Nunn started this latest trend!) See how many TEDDIES you can spot as you walk around the village on your once DAILY exercise.
Remember to keep the safe two meter social distance!
Perhaps you could join in the fun too! You could add a cheerful message each day.
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A link to this mornings service on YouTube if you missed it, the service starts about 15 minutes in...so fast forward the welcome screen 🙂
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Twitter

Need more tenors to sing with chorus at Ashley Grote's Brahms Requiem workshop 19 May, free places. Any suggestions or volunteers welcome! http://www.edingtonarts.org

11. Love/Hate Christmas? #Love A cosy, warm open fire on Christmas Day. #Hate American references used in the UK. Eg Holidays & Santa Claus.

10. Love/Hate #Christmas? #Love The last train home with all its merry revellers. #Hate The pressure of 3 for 2 shopping offers.

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