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Faith and Worship


As a Christian Church our faith is at the centre of everything we do and is the reason why we are who we are. We welcome everyone, wherever you are on your faith journey to join with us as we explore what it means to serve and follow Jesus. If you would like to find out more about the Christian faith or want someone to talk to or pray with please contact us or find out more here

You can find more details about faith and worship on our worship page

If you would like to speak to the minister or a member of the leadership team please get in touch. We offer a listening ear and we believe prayer makes a difference.

Community Family Project
Our Community Family Project operates as an
umbrella for the church's programme of 
community care and action. Jo Brown is our 
Community Family Support Worker and works 
for the project, supporting people and promoting
awareness of their needs, providing one to one
support for those who are struggling. 
Community Cafe

Our community café offers a friendly and relaxing atmosphere to enjoy delicious homemade cakes, freshly ground coffees
and speciality teas.

Our Cafe is open to the public on Tuesdays 10am - 3pm. Watch out on our social media for special events!

We operate on a pay as you feel basis - pay what you can, all donations go towards the work of the church. 


Crafty Needles

Our amazing group of crochet, knitting and sewing geniuses is still meeting on term time Tuesdays 10am-12pm in the cafe. Here is a video introducing crafty needles.....

An extension of Crafty Needles - Sew Crafty - using Sewing Machines is meets once a month - please contact us for details

Poppy Cafe

Our new Mental Health Support Group is on Wednesdays 10-12 (term time) in the Community Cafe. A safe place of welcome for those who suffer from poor mental health. Games, stories and conversation - feel free to drop in for as much or as little as you'd like. Please contact us for more info or to refer to someone to this group.

Chatterbox Stay and Play

Our popular parent & carer and toddler group, Chatterbox meets on Tuesday afternoons during term time 1.15pm - 2.45pm. 

Community Kitchen Garden

In Summer 2022 we were excited to open our Community Kitchen Garden. We grow fruit, vegetables and herbs which we share in our food parcels as well as amongst our groups. All of our groups and our worshipping congregation love to spend time in the garden and it is a great place for people to come together and get their hands dirty as they help things grow!

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Family Matters

Our new support group for parents whose teenagers are struggling with their mental health runs on Friday mornings. We are running it in partnership with Off the Record who work with young people in Croydon. Please contact Jo if you are interested in this. 

One - to - one support

If you need one-to-one support, our Community Family Project Worker, Jo Brown is able to offer support over the phone or in person. If you would like to talk or need support please contact us

Us to You

Us to You is our weekly food distribution programme, providing food and other household essentials for families who are struggling to afford to buy food. We are supported by The Felix Project, The Vine Foodbank, Fareshare Go (through Waitrose) and the Co-op to do this. 

If you need this kind of help please contact us, and we will get in touch for a chat about how we might best support you. 

Make Lunch


We host Make Lunch in conjunction with Transforming Lives for Good during the school holidays and regular family fun events and activities. For dates and times watch this space! 



We are so thankful for the organisations that have helped fund our work in the community throughout the pandemic and also for the recovery work we are doing. 

As well as those pictured below, we are also grateful to generous individuals in the local community, Croydon Whitgift Rotary Club, Arnold Clark, Croydon Relief in Need and the New Addington Salvation Army Vine Foodbank. We also give thanks to our Baptist Family, The Ros Harding Trust and the Baptist Building Fund who funded some necessary building repairs and improvements and enabled us to keep on working throughout the pandemic and the Particular Baptist Fund who have helped us purchase necessary equipment.

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Click here to read about our
recent 20th anniversary
celebrations in the Baptist Times
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