We’re Open – a Hybrid Church.

a view in the church

Following months of lockdown, we wanted to open the building to support the wider community, for those who do not know of or cannot access our online worship, or those who are looking for God and not sure where to turn. If this is you we’d love to see you as we meet each Sunday . . . → Read More: We’re Open – a Hybrid Church.

Reopening the Church building – a progress report

You’ll notice the title – “Reopening the Church Building” – not “Reopening the Church”. The church has been open throughout the lockdown – it’s just been a very different church, meeting in homes all over Knaphill and surrounding area, sharing prayers, sung worship and teaching! We therefore Thank God for the wonders of modern technology . . . → Read More: Reopening the Church building – a progress report

The Leprosy Mission

We were blessed to be joined on Zoom today by Peter Nicholls representing the Leprosy Mission. Praise God that technology allows to us not just to worship, but to hear of the work of organisations such as TLM and be inspired by them. . . . → Read More: The Leprosy Mission

Engage – Taking the Gospel into Schools

engage woking

It has been a challenging time through lockdown, but Engage have been busy behind the scenes. To this end they have created the attached very short video, in which they share Engage’s journey through COViD so far and express their deepest gratitude for all support. . . . → Read More: Engage – Taking the Gospel into Schools

Santa comes to town!

We were privileged to enjoy a visit from a very busy man today, taking a little bit of time out from his preparations for an important day. Accompanied by two of his elves, he brought presents for children of all ages.

Meanwhile, as coffee and cake was served, there was an opportunity to dress up and get . . . → Read More: Santa comes to town!

Harvest Thankgiving


It was a huge privilege to be able to support the work of Woking Foodbank at our Harvest Thanksgiving service. They do such an important service so we were really pleased with the huge amount of food we received. Thank you all! 

Spring 2019 Magazine published

power of the Cross

Our March 2019 magazine is now published, and is available here. . . . → Read More: Spring 2019 Magazine published

Back to Back Drawing

back to back drawing

How well do you know somebody close to you? 

Rob Stevens challenged 3 pairs of people to spend 30 seconds studying their partner then turn back to back and draw them! Needless to say the results were “interesting”… 

Rob then reminded us how God looks at the inside, not just the outside, and knows us . . . → Read More: Back to Back Drawing

Public Meeting – Anti-Social Behaviour in Knaphill

KRA Policing Meeting

The church was delighted to host a meeting organised by Cllr Melanie Whitehand and supported by the Knaphill Residents’ Association to highlight the recent spate of anti-social behaviour observed around Knaphill, and to hear from the Police and Crime Commissioner and local Police Commander about their strategies for Surrey And Woking Police. 

The Police And . . . → Read More: Public Meeting – Anti-Social Behaviour in Knaphill


One of the more important steps a Baptist Church takes as it starts to seek a new minister is to appoint a moderator. A moderator will provide guidance to the leadership team (the deacons), helping them with the spiritual life of the church, supporting the search process, and being “generally available” to provide advice and . . . → Read More: Moderator

Our Theme for 2021

“I have made you and I will carry you; I will sustain you and I will rescue you.”

Isaiah 46:4b