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

  • Holiday Club 2020 will be online 10-14 August
    Looking for something to occupy your primary school aged children this summer? Look no further. We’ll journey together as we look at some epic adventures in the Bible from the comfort of our own homes. Registration is compulsory In order to receive your craft resource goody bag – or for any questions – please fill out the ...
  • Survey about future of in-person meetings
    Dear church, The past four months have been a challenge but now we have some more freedom and choice so we wanted to canvas you to see what activities we should prioritise. Paper surveys will be distributed to those who receive the sermon transcripts each week. For anyone else needing a paper copy, please leave a message ...
  • Notices for August 2020
    Church on the Green @ 10am Joint Priory Street service @ 10am https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02DxdsqnTkg Evening prayer @ 8pm Maybe it is easier to concentrate in the evening, after the children are in bed? If you’d like to join a small group, via Zoom, for a couple of Bible readings and to share and receive prayer reach out to Joey, Natalie ...
  • Daily message – 08 Aug 2020
    Difficulty opens our eyes to pleasures we had taken for granted. — Elisabeth Elliot, “Keep A Quiet Heart”
  • Daily message – 07 Aug 2020
    You cannot destroy love for the world merely by showing its emptiness. The world-centred love of our hearts can be expelled only by a new love and affection – for God and from God. — Sinclair Ferguson, “In Christ Alone”
  • Daily message – 06 Aug 2020
    If he who feels the world is too much for him will make for himself a little space, and let his mind settle like a bee in a flower on some great word of his God, and brood over it, pondering it till it has time to work in him, he will find himself in ...

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