Sittingbourne Baptist Church Home / Community / Churches / Sittingbourne Baptist Church Contact detailsRev Chris HughesHigh StreetSittingbourneKentME10 4AQTel: 01795 479481WebsiteE-MailSittingbourne Baptist Church is an extremely active church that is deeply concerned about reaching out into the community to bring change into people’s lives both spiritually and practically. Through its different activities the church welcomes people of all ages and has a regular Sunday attendance of around 250 people including a large number of young people and young families. Sittingbourne Baptist Church teaches the relevance of the Bible to all areas of our lives today and its authority in matters of belief and daily living. We believe and teach that God can change our lives, that, as we trust in God and seek His daily help, he can and does change our marriages, our attitudes, our relationships, our daily lives and our eternal destiny. We believe that God is a God of hope and not despair and that all people, regardless of religious background or inclination, can experience Him personally through faith in Jesus Christ Service Times Sunday Morning Services This service begins at 10.30am and lasts approximately one hour. The service is conducted in such a manner than everyone, with or without a church background, will feel comfortable, and understand what is taking place, find it relevant to their everyday life and be challenged to enter into an ever deepening relationship with God. We have a standard theme for each month First Sunday: Communion Second Sunday: World Mission Third Sunday:Equipping and Teaching Fourth Sunday:Youth Service Fifth Sunday (where applicable): A time of Praise and Worship and learning New Songs. Sunday Evening Services This service begins at 6.30pm. This service provides ample opportunity for lively worship, prayer and profound Bible teaching. At the present time the teaching is centred around exploring basic Christian beliefs with a view to their practical application for everyday living. Holy Communion is celebrated as a part of the evening service on the first Sunday of each month.