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Sunday services


We would love to welcome you in joining us to Worship every Sunday morning. Below you will find everything you can expect from our services.


When you arrive

- Services start from 10:30am - 11:30am

- You will be welcomed by a church member at the entrance door. Feel free to sit wherever you feel comfortable. 
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What to expect from a service

- Our services start with a welcome after which we will then sing an opening song or two. The songs we sings range from traditional hymns to lively Worship songs. You can sing, listen, sit or stand, it's upto you.

- Notices follow which include upcoming events and prayer requests. We then sing a few more songs.

- Next we have a prayer and a couple of Bible readings from the Bible followed by another song. The words for all the readings and songs are on a projector sreen at the front of the church.

- For the final part of the service there will be a sermon about a Bible based teaching or topic. It will be lead by a minister or a member of the church and accompanied by a power point shown on the projection screen. If you would like a taste of what our sermons are like you can listen to previous sermons by clicking here.

- The service will then conclude with a final hymn and prayer.

- After the service we hope you can stay and join us for a drink and a chat. This is a good opportunity to get to know people in the church and ask any questions you may have. Tea, coffee, water, juice, cakes and biscuits are available. 



Children and young people are also welcome at Bramley Baptist. We have creche facilities available at the back of the church as well as a Sunday school for children ages 5 and above. Children will usually stay for the first 30 minutes or so of the service, before leaving for their own session. All staff are enhanced DBS checked.


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Holy communion (The Lord's supper)

On the 1st Sunday of every month we celebrate communion with the partaking of bread and non-alcoholic wine to remember what Jesus did for us by dying on the cross. This is for christians who accept Jesus as their saviour. 

- The bread represents the body of Christ. It will be passed from person to person and is eaten as it is taken.

- The wine represents the blood of Christ. It will be passed from person to person in small glass cups and is drunk together once    everyone has taken a glass.


The Lord Jesus, on the night he was betrayed, took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said, "This is my body, which is for you; do this in rememberance of me." In the same way, after supper he took the cup, saying, "This cup is the new covenant in my blood; do this, whenever you drink it, in rememberance of me." For whenever you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord's death until he comes.

1 Corinthians 11:23-36



Our church is wheelchair friendly with a ramp at the entrance to the church and a disabled toilet inside. We also accommodate for those with hearing aids.


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