Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

Philippians 4:6-7

This page will be regularly updated with the latest information from Hadleigh Baptist Church with regard to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. If you need to get in touch with us, please use the details that can be found here –

For the time being, we will be holding virtual worship services, at 10.30am every Sunday. We would love you to join us online, worship with us, pray with us and hear from God’s word together. More information about how you can join us can be found here –

Help For Parents! – 22nd April 2020

If you have children in your household I am sure that this is a testing period for your household, especially if you are seeking to work at home.

We would encourage you to make use of the following ministries to assist you in sharing the Lord Jesus with your family:

DVD Availability – 22nd April 2020

As you are aware, we are sharing our Sunday services virtually through our YouTube channel and on our website. We are very encouraged at the number of people that are engaging with this.

However, we are aware that some people do not have online access. We would like to offer to these people the opportunity to watch the services on DVD at a later date.

Therefore, if you know of anyone that would value this please can you let me know – I will need to know their name, and their address, as it is probable that we will need to post the majority of these. Please confirm that they also have a DVD player.

Update Video & Letter – 18th March 2020

We live in unprecedented times there has not been a crisis like this for the country since WWII. As Christians we have several responsibilities at this time: To love God, love our church family and love our neighbour.

At the moment, because of the coronavirus situation, loving our neighbour means physically distancing ourselves from people to protect the vulnerable. However, this does not mean church stops, far from it, this is an opportunity to be more like the church should be than ever before!

Initial Response Letter – 14th March 2020

As a leadership team, we feel it is right to keep you updated about our response to the present Covid-19 situation. We want to ensure that everyone who attends Hadleigh Baptist Church is kept as safe as realistically possible. This is not because we are fearful about the situation but because we care for one another. This means that we are going to follow advice from government and other relevant agencies.