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Latest Information Following the Prime Minsters announcement on 31st October, the country is preparing to go into a second lockdown period of at least four weeks from Thursday 5th November during which time places of worship will close. We will not therefore be allowed to meet for worship as planned during November. The Deacons will put a plan of action in place for December should we be allowed to reopen. It has already been decided that we would not meet Christmas day, but services are planned for Christmas eve (11:30pm) and the following Sunday Christmas 27th December. We will keep you informed of plans as we hear further from the Government and Baptist Union on guidance for reopening.


Who are we?
We are a group of Christians seeking to grow in our love of Christ and share His love with all.
When do we meet?
Our main gatherings are on Sundays at 11am and 6.15pm at our Belgrave building. You are welcome to join us. We also have things going on in the week.
What do we do?
We worship, pray, learn more from the Bible, have activities for kids and young people, do craft, enjoy friendship and eat!
Who can come?
Anyone! You! Some of our activities are for specific groups of people, eg Boys Brigade, but within those limits, we welcome anyone to join us. Just turn up and we will point you in the right direction.
What about protection?
We take this seriously - please see our protection page for more details.


What is Christianity all about?
Christianity is about recognising that life is meant to be lived in relationship with God – and that this relationship can only be found through Jesus Christ.
Who can I talk to?
Please contact Bev (Church secretary) or the Church Administrator, or any of the Deacons.
Where is the Church?
We are located in an estate called:
Belgrave Derwent, Belgrave, Tamworth B77 2LD
(Please note, there are two roads called Derwent. You can see the Church building from Field Farm Road so only turn in when you can see the Church building)
For even more info
See the "More Questions" page