Who Is Jesus?
In our Church we want the Lord Jesus Christ to be central. We love Him and worship Him as God.
It is our desire that you are able to do the same as well.
Jesus Is God In The Flesh
Or even more boldly we can say God with skin on! If God ever had a photograph taken He would look like Jesus!
Jesus Is The Creator
He was there with the Father and Holy Spirit when all the universe was made. It was good and perfect. Then man's rebellion against God and sin spoiled it all.
Jesus Is The Sin Bearer
A perfect sacrifice had to be made to cover sin and take the punishment due. God sent His only Son to do that for you and me.
Jesus Is The Risen One
God raised Jesus from the dead to prove He is truly the God/man and that the cross paid all the price needed for forgiveness of sinners who repent and believe.
Jesus Is The Triumphant One
Jesus was welcomed back into heaven as victorious, because He had defeated the Devil, death, sin and hell.
He remains there now praying continuously for all His followers.
Jesus Is The Returning King
One day God will send Jesus back to this earth, that He helped make and rescued from sin,
to take full charge and reign here as total Lord.
Jesus Is The Coming Judge
Everyone will face Jesus one day. Those who knew Him personally are safe in His hands but those who rejected Him will face dreadful shame and eternal death. Please call on the coming Judge to be your present Saviour!
If you would like some helpful literature or personal support, send an email to our Church Office and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Our main time of worship is on Sunday morning at 10.00 am. The whole Church family worships together at the beginning of the service and then breaks bread (or share communion) together.
After this the children and young people leave for their own studies, while the rest listen to the sermon. The young people are split into age appropriate groups (At present the young people have their own class on the 3rd Sunday of the month only)
Coffee and tea are currently not being served after the service. We hope to re-start this in due course as it is an important time of fellowship.
We also have an evening service at 6.30 pm on the 1st Sunday evening of the month which is a praise and testimony service. On the other Sunday evenings there is a Zoom Bible School which starts at 7pm - please contact us if you would like details of this.
Where Are We?
Coming From Truro
Head to the A30 and join at Chiverton heading to Redruth. Travel approx. 4 miles leaving A30 at Redruth (not Scorrier junction.)
At the roundabout take the second left onto Close Hill. Continue down the road and turn right at the mini-roundabout into Plain-an-Gwarry. Before reaching the end of Plain-an-Gwarry branch left (into Rose Hill) and across to the junction.
Turn left into Chapel Street and follow past 2 sets of traffic lights. Redruth Baptist Church is on your left. Sunday service parking is beyond the church on the right (just past the shop) in the car park of Trewirgie School.
Coming From Camborne / Hayle / Penzance
Travelling from Hayle or Penzance head to the A30 and go towards Truro. Take the exit for Camborne / Pool and loop back under the A30.
At the roundabouts at the end of the road turn left. Follow the road all the way through and at the double mini roundabout continue ahead. Continue past Morrisons and the hospital until you get to the large roundabout.
Take the second exit and follow that road until the end where there is a set of traffic lights.
Turn right towards a second set of lights. The church is directly ahead, car parking for Sunday services is ahead on the right, past the co-op shop, in the School car park.
Coming From Falmouth
Follow the A39 out of Falmouth.
At Four Cross roundabout head onto the A393 (first exit). Follow this road through Ponsanooth and Lanner. At the roundabout take the first exit. Head down the hill, at the traffic lights continue straight ahead. As you continue down the road look out for Trewirgie School (if you are attending a Sunday Service park in their car park). The church is further down the road on the right.