We are now meeting in person for our Sunday Services at 10.30. In light of scientific advice about limiting Coronavirus spread we are asking for those attending to wear masks whilst entering and exiting the building and whilst singing.
Foodbank is currently open as usual on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
If you are unable to get there please phone us on 07593872126
The words of the Bible remain true, as they always will:
Psalm 46 God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in times of trouble.
The front worship area is available for private prayer and reflection following government guidelines for private prayer in places of worship.
This can be an oasis of peace and a place to meet God. We hope it will encourage the spiritual and mental well-being of people who are part of the church and any other people who may like to come along.
Please read the full details before coming
Please use the form at the bottom of the page to let us know how we can pray for you.
Last year one of our members, Rebecca, wrote a new song for Christmas, which we will be using again this year. Recorded at home and video produced by Elana. From birth, to death, to life Jesus gives hope to the world.
TRUST IN THE TRIALS
At this challenging time, we can still recognise that there is a loving, powerful God. One of our members produced this picture whilst praying and praising God despite many difficult personal circumstances. We thought we'd share this for your encouragement.
Click here to download full-sized version.
WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE
We are pleased you've found the South Oxhey Baptist Church (SOBC) website, we hope that you find it helpful. Whether you've just moved into the area, or going to church would be a new thing for you, whether you are a Christian looking for a place to get started again or to grow and serve, we would love to welcome you to a Sunday service or one of our other events. You can us using the contact information below.
TRIBUTE TO SARA TROLLOPE
We would like to pay tribute to our dear friend and church member, Sara Trollope, who died on 10 April of Covid-19.
She had generosity of spirit, wisdom and compassion. She had wonderful abilities as a matron, a heart for her family and for other people, and a great sense of humour.
On becoming a Christian, she listened for God’s voice and heard from him - often to the benefit of others. We know where she has gone: she is with Jesus. It was an absolute privilege to know her in this life. Those of us who have also put our trust in God, know one day we will see her once again.