Welcome to Eastleigh Baptist Church Eastleigh Baptist Church is a vibrant, mainstream Baptist Church situated in the middle of the town. The Church is committed to the service of Christ within the local community, and making relevant the message of Jesus Christ. Sunday worship to which all are invited is a mixture of old and new, reflecting the broad age range of the church. There is a diverse and very active range of groups within the church catering for old and young. Weekday we run a very popular coffee shop and conference venue - the Wells Place Centre
We have a committed leadership team headed up by our Senior Minister Rev Joth Hunt and supported by our youth minister Rev Chris Walker and our student minister Toby Dodson.
We would love to hear from you either via our Contact Us form or call us on 023 8061 3210 during normal office hours.
Owing to issues with our old website, we have had to put up this temporary site rather earlier than we would have preferred. Over the next month or so we will be expanding this site so please bear with us!
Eastleigh Baptist Church is part of a group of churches in Eastleigh taking part in a national initiative called Hope 2014.
The kick-off service was held on 19th January - the videos below will give you a flavour of what happened and an introduction to some of the exciting events planned for this year.
https://vimeo.com/84418982 Introduction to Hope 2014
https://vimeo.com/85108446 Joint Service
https://vimeo.com/85088592 What Hope 2014 is about
https://vimeo.com/85060528 Rachel Jordan from Hope
https://vimeo.com/85047068 Interview with Rachel Jordan
Morning Worship - 10:30am
Evening Worship - 6:30pm (except last Sunday of month when the youth orientated Pulse Service starts at 7:00pm)
(here is a small sample)
Junior Church - 10:30am Sunday
Girls Brigade - Wednesday evening
First Friends - for pre-schoolers, 10am Wednesday
Youth - Just Deserts Monday 7pm
Luncheon Club for Senior Citizens - 10:30 Thursday
Various Bible Study Groups
Football, Badminton and Cricket Clubs
Supporters of Eastleigh Street Pastors