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  • Welcome to Cheam Baptist Church

    We are a family of Christians of all ages and many different backgrounds and life-situations.

    What unites us is our common belief and trust in Jesus Christ. We believe that Jesus was sent by God the Father, to show us who God is and get us back together with God. This is good news, as we all desperately need rescuing from the consequences of rejecting and ignoring Him. This is the message of the whole Bible - a book we build our church life around. We believe the Bible comes from God with his full authority so we are keen to hear what He has to say to us through it.

     
    Sunday Services

    Morning services: 9:30am and 11:15am.

    Evening service: 6:30pm.

    During the morning services there is a creche for babies and toddlers and a Sunday Club for children in pre-school upto
    year 9. We have wheelchair access to the building, provide large print copies of hymns and songs and have a hearing loop. There is room for everyone!

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  • Events


        

    Midweek Service

    The Midweek Service is aimed at those who cannot attend Church on Sunday, as a result of work or other commitments.

    Thursdays at 1:15pm and finishing at 2:00pm.

    We hope the timing will be helpful for those who care for children of school age. It also gives an opportunity to visit The Point beforehand for some lunch served by Mencap.


     

    Late Night in Cheam - 5th December

    CBC will be participating in the Cheam Village 'Late Night Shopping Evening' by having a musical open evening in the Church and a craft event in The Point. 

    The musical open evening starts at 6:00pm with Organ Music played by Paul Dougall followed by Jazz Music played by Andy Grout, Gary Leong, Luke Cornish and Michael Page.

    The craft event in The Point starts at 6:00pm with various activities for children.

         

    Latest News


     

    Luke & Ania

    A call to missions!

    Read their latest newsletter from Brazil


    An update from Cynthia Fuller in Tanzania.  

    A letter from Dorothy Marx to Stephen Hart.

         

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