Parsons Heath Baptist Church is a small but growing community of people committed to serving God and making Jesus known through our lives and witness. Our primary goal is to be a community and environment where relationships with God can be deepened.

We aim to create a friendly and non-threatening environment which is Christ-centred and outward looking.

Whether you know Jesus as Lord and Saviour, or are just wondering what the Christian message is all about, we welcome you to join us to find out more.

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Who we are

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Community

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Announcements

Past diary and news sheets

Click on the appropriate link for the magazine for past months. From 2016, articles can be found in the news section.
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December 2018 – Verse for reflection

Pray at all times in the Spirit, with all your prayers. Be alert and watch with purpose and perseverance, interceding on behalf of all the saints. (Eph 6:18)
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Service this week

The speaker on Sunday 20th January 2019 will be Rev Dr Steve Rudge. The service will begin at 10.45am.
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Preaching in January

06 January at 10.45am: Mark Barrell (BMS) 13 January at 10.45am: Rev Dr Steve Rudge (including Communion) 20 January at 10.45am: Rev Dr Steve Rudge 27 January at 10.45am: Rev Dr Steve Rudge
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Latest Sermons

(2019-01-06) Releasing captives – Mark Barrell

Posted on 06 Jan 2019

(2018-12-23) The first Christmas no1 – Steve Rudge

Posted on 04 Jan 2019

(2018-08-26) A call to transformational prayer – Steve Rudge

Posted on 19 Dec 2018

This week

Taking time out for God

An explanation for the absence of normal weekly activities at Parsons Heath Baptist Church

20160501 t4gParsons Heath Baptist Church has always sought to be active and available in the local community, and for several years has had an impact that belies the relatively small number of members. These activities included regular events, such as Olive Branch, Toddler Group, our Welshwood Manor services and Operation Christmas Child shoebox appeal, and one-off events like Fuss for the Queen, the water project fundraising events, and supporting events at the local primary school. Read More →