Crich Baptist Church – Proclaiming Christ to All
All of us at Crich Baptist Church, in Derbyshire are pleased that you have called in on us, thank you for dropping by. We hope that you will be able to stay awhile and fellowship with us.
We are an Independent Baptist Church, and believe ourselves to be a warm and welcoming evangelical church, that is a Christ centred, Bible believing, Gospel preaching church with a compassionate heart. We are Reformed in doctrine, teaching that salvation is by grace alone, in Christ alone, through faith alone, We seek to lovingly commend Christ to all, having a heart for Mission, locally, and supporting missionaries in several different countries. We endeavour to “earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints”! (Jude v3)
Chris Hand, our pastor, has been with us since December 2000, prior to that he had been the pastor of a church in Lewisham, South London.
Check out our latest News post for the full programme details.
Our Featured Audio Sermon or Children’s Talk
To listen now : click the triangular shaped button – To download the MP3 file, click on the small disc icon, and save.
This Christian Church
This Christian Church has been active in Crich since 1826, although we only moved to the present site in 1877. If you are interested in the history of our church then please check out our History of Crich Baptist Church page.
Our Podcast Pulpit
If you want to subscribe to our free audio sermon feed from sermonaudio.com , then click on the podcast image link to view, and then follow the instructions.
Free Sermons – Video
Although our politicians saw fit to pass legislation that would allow same-sex marriage, as Christians we still believe that God’s ideal, as given to us in the Bible, is that marriage can only truly be between one man and one woman. Our prayers are still, that we might yet see God intervene, and have mercy upon us as a nation. This sample video is the final one in a short series of four that our pastor gave at the time the legislation was being considered by Parliament.