© Pathhead Baptist Church, Scottish Charity SC016590

Pathhead Baptist
Church


We preach not ourselves, but Christ Jesus the Lord

(II Corinthians 4:5)

An independent Baptist church?

We don’t come under the oversight of a denomination or church officer from somewhere else. Our Pastor and Deacons seek to direct the fellowship in ways that please the Lord Jesus Who is our Head; and for the big decisions in church life, all members meet, discuss together and decide as a body. We aspire to being warm and welcoming, with Christ in the centre of our worship and service. We uphold the infallibility, inspiration and inerrancy of His Word.  Our Gospel-preaching relies upon salvation by the grace of God alone, in Christ alone, through faith alone.  We have a heart for mission, - at home and abroad, - and we support Christian workers in several different countries. We endeavour to “earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints”! (Jude v3)

Pastor and Deacons

Who are we? …

Church is people! For us as a church, we are a group of people who are united together by Jesus Christ.


We are all very different ... but belief in Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord is more important than any such differences.  We would love to meet you and have the opportunity to explain why Jesus is so important to us.

We are always willing to answer questions you may have about the Christian faith. In fact we often run courses to give people the opportunity to find out more in a relaxed setting and with no obligation to take part in any religious activity. Please ask if you want to join such a group.


Sunday Services

● We meet at 11am and 6pm and follow the traditional style of worship service. In the morning service we are studying the Gospel of Mark. In the evening service we are studying from various passages of Scripture.

● Our Pastor exercises an expository ministry, reading from the Authorised Version.

● We use Christian Hymns.

● Both meetings are preceded by an half-hour of prayer.

● The sermons at both meetings are usually recorded, and the sermon notes can also be downloaded.


Monday.

● On the first Monday of the month we meet at 6.30 pm to pray for Revival.


Tuesday

● Our Church Secretary leads a Bible Study, with discussion, every other Tuesday morning, 10.30 am.


Wednesday

● On the first Wednesday in the month, the Ladies Fellowship begins at 7.15pm, and usually includes a visiting speaker.


Thursday

● We meet at 7.15pm for Bible Study and Prayer.

● We are presently studying the Old Testament Prophets. Notes and mp3s can be downloaded.

● The first Thursday evening of each month includes prayer for specific missionary societies.



What we believe

What we believe ...

The Word of God teaches us to “be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you” (I Peter 3:15).


Here, then, is where we stand ...

History of the Church

History of our Church ...

Pathhead Baptist Church, - although now over one hundred years, - can trace its origins to the formation of the Fife Baptist Association in 1894.


We invite you to read our story ...

We believe that the Baptists are the original Christians …



(Spurgeon)

Ravenscraig Park, Kirkcaldy What we believe History of the Church ... C.H. Spurgeon

Our Church Week ...

Pastor and Deacons

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