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.
Crich Baptist Church is an Independent Reformed Baptist Church, and we 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.
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Click the link Samuel Rutherford (1600-1661) to read a new article by Chris Clarke, a Deacon at Crich Baptist Church. Samuel Rutherford, was a Scottish Presbyterian pastor at his beloved Anwoth, a parish in Kirkudbrightshire, Scotland. Although more well-known because of his series of letters, there is much more to this Godly man’s life, and Chris Clarke tells us of his contributions to the cause of Christ, and the battles he faced for the things he held dear.
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Congregational Hymn Singing
Some time ago I came across a Youtube Channel authored by Martijn De Groot, a Dutch Calvinist. Martijn’s site contains congregational singing of hymns from The Metropolitan Tabernacle (London), Grace Community Church (Sun Valley, California) and Westminster Chapel (London) during the pastorate of Martyn Lloyd-Jones. As we do not record the hymn singing of our hymns at Crich Baptist Church, we offer this video, partly as an introduction to what Martijn has available, but also to show the type of hymns that we also sing.
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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 Baptist Church History page.
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John Foxe (1517-1587) was born in Boston, Lincolnshire in 1517. He never rose to occupy high office within the Church of England, but the incomparable literary work for which he is most well-known, and for which he will forever be remembered was as the chronicler of the Christian martyrs from the earliest times. Originally titled by him as “Actes and Monuments of these Latter and Perillous Days, Touching Matters of the Church”, it is more usually referred to today as “Foxe’s Book of Martyrs”.
The expansive original comprised a large number of volumes, detailing as it did the martyrdom of many early Christians, as well as giving an account of important figures such as John Wycliffe, the morning star of the Reformation, the life and story of the ‘True Servant and Martyr of God, William Tyndale, the trial, condemnation, and martyrdoms of Ridley and Latimer, Thomas Cranmer, plus accounts of many, many more less well-known Christian folk who suffered at the hands of the Catholic Queen, often referred to as Bloody Mary. She, it was who condemned hundreds of people to death, principally going to their early end by being burnt at the stake, simply for being Protestant and refusing to recant their firmly held beliefs.
Dr Needham, in this address, gives us a brief sketch of John Foxe’s life and also provides a few examples of those who gave up their lives, becoming martyrs, for Christ’s sake.