Induction of Pastor Steven Curry
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Induction of Pastor Steven Curry

Friday 24th November 2017 marked the start of a new chapter in the life of Ballymena Baptist Church when Steven Curry was inducted as its new Pastor. John Gault, the President of the Association welcomed a large congregation which included contingents from Bethany Baptist Church in Bangor and Ballymoney Baptist, plus friends and ministry colleagues...

Sermons
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Sermons

Our “Sermons Online” section contains all sermons from the beginning of 2016, and a number going back to 2012. Follow this link to access all available sermons.  

Treasuring Christ Conferance
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Treasuring Christ Conferance

Treasuring Christ Conference Guest Speaker: Mr Tim Challies Saturday 19th November, 10.30am – 4.00pm Cost £15 (Lunch Included) Booking Required. Click For More Details:

Church Fellowship Lunch
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Church Fellowship Lunch

On Sunday 17th April the church met  for lunch together in the sports hall. Everyone was invited to bring something to eat and soup was provided. Over 150 people came and we used very table available in the church! A retiring offering was lifted for Tear Fund Thank you to all those who worked so...

Christianity Explored Course
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Christianity Explored Course

We are running a series of Christianity Explored courses. Christianity Explored gives you time and space to consider the big questions of life and to explore the life of the person at the heart of the Christian faith – Jesus Christ. Who was Jesus? Why did he come? What does it mean to follow him?...

Christian Education Course
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Christian Education Course

If you would like to learn more about the Bible, theology, church history, other faith systems and Christian ethics, why don’t you sign up for next years Christian Education Course. Starts in September. It runs every Thursday night from 7pm-10pm in your Minor Hall. If interested, see Philip Hewitt or email info@ballymenabaptist.org for more details

CAP Christmas Advice
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CAP Christmas Advice

CAP Ballymena Centre Manager Valerie Roebuck said: “We’ve had to put out this advice because we know what a pressure there is to buy this time of year and we needed to be a voice saying that it’s OK not to spend loads – especially if money is already tight.” “The point is this, none...