Our Vision Statement: A Bible based community where each person serves Christ and shares the Good News of His love.
Our Mission Statement: To glorify God, making disciples of Jesus Christ, through the power of the Holy Spirit.
Warminster Baptist Church is part of the international Baptist movement (see www.baptist.org.uk) and regionally part of the West of England Baptist Association (see www.webassoc.org.uk). For further information about what it means to be a Baptist Church in the UK see Who_are_Baptists.
Locally the church is a keen part of Churches together in Warminster.
Our fellowship is characterised by friendliness, fun and food! Under normal circumstances about 60-80 people meet on a Sunday morning, with separate programmes for different age groups. We seek to apply Bible based teaching to our lives. We have a good mix of different age groups meeting together, from families with infants to the more mature. Our worship style is a mixture of old and new and a number of musicians take part in our services. We are centrally located in the town of Warminster and our congregation is drawn from the town and surrounding villages. We welcome military families who are stationed in the town, and international families.
Warminster Baptist Safeguarding Policy Statement: Please click the pdf link.
Warminster Baptist Church History: There was as no early Baptist congregation in the town and moWarminster Baptists attended the early Baptist chapel at Crockerton. In 1810 a small group built 'Ebenezer Chapel' in what was then Meeting House Lane, which later became North Row. The church hall alongside the Chapel was built in 1858. 'Ebenezer Chapel' then became known as North Row Baptist Church, and then changed its name to Warminster Baptist Church. The congregation gradually increased and in 1858 a schoolroom was added then in 2000 an extension was built, joining up the church and hall.