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Corsham Baptist Church is about people, not a building! We are a group of people of all ages and all backgrounds who seek to follow Jesus Christ. You can read more about our beliefs here.

We meet in several congregations in Corsham and Rudloe as well as in smaller groups in homes across the whole area:

  • Church on the Green, Rudloe. Sundays at 10am. Read more…
  • 9:15 at Priory Street. Sundays at 9:15am.
  • 11:15 at Priory Street. Sundays at 11:15am.
  • The Gathering at Priory Street. Sundays at 6pm. A chance for people from different congregations to come together. Read more…
  • Midweek at Priory Street. Every other Wednesday at 2pm. Check calendar here.

We’d love to hear from you.

Latest posts

  • Daily message – 24 Jan 2020 Daily message - 24 Jan 2020Jesus purchased for us not just a merciful reprieve from the penalty of death, but an introduction into a life of grace beyond measure. Jen Wilkin, “In His Image”
  • JOHN STOTT’S MORNING TRINITARIAN PRAYER JOHN STOTT’S MORNING TRINITARIAN PRAYERA very helpful prayer as we study Colossians together… Good morning heavenly Father, good morning Lord Jesus, good morning Holy Spirit. Heavenly Father, I worship you as the creator and sustainer of the universe. Lord Jesus, I worship you, Saviour and Lord of the world. Holy Spirit, I worship you, sanctifier of the people of ...
  • Daily message – 23 Jan 2020 Daily message - 23 Jan 2020Forgiving lavishly does not mean that we continue to place ourselves in harm’s way. … By limiting opportunity to sin against us, we spare him further guilt before God. Mercy never requires submission to abuse, whether spiritual, verbal, emotional, or physical. Jen Wilkin, “In His Image”
  • Daily message – 22 Jan 2020 Daily message - 22 Jan 2020Mercy also means forgiving as we have been forgiven. In view of God’s mercy, we sacrifice our bitterness and grudge-bearing for the sake of extending forgiveness. We also sacrifice our legitimate hurts – the pain of unfair rejection or the sorrow of a wound unjustly received. We entrust them to God, remembering that Christ endured ...

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