Market Harborough Baptist Church

We are a church in the heart of Market Harborough
who love Jesus and who love our community. If you're
looking for a spiritual home or want to explore faith,
then please come along or get in touch.
Everyone is welcome.

OUR SERVICE THIS WEEK (Sun 22nd Jan) WILL BE AT 3PM, AND WILL BE AN ALL-AGE UNITED SERVICE WITH OTHER CHURCHES IN THE TOWN - ALL ARE WELCOME! 

(There will be no morning service)

WELCOME

We come together as a church family on Sundays at 10am, where we have a mix of contemporary and traditional worship, prayer, readings from the Bible and a relevant message on how we can live out our faith today. There is a creche and groups for children and young people, and we celebrate Holy Communion on the third Sunday of each month.

If you find it difficult to attend, then check out our Church Online page for worship and prayer resources and our latest message.

 

Warm Space

On Mondays from 10am to 1pm we open our New Horizons Hall as a Warm Space. We know that many in our community find it hard to heat their homes at this time, and so this is a safe, warm space for our community to come to and find a warm welcome, hot drinks, soup and bread. This is totally free as it is funded by the church family. Please just pop along to our Renew Wellbeing Cafe door on Manor Walk, head up the stairs and into our New Horizons Hall. 

SIGHT LOSS FRIENDLY

We are a sight loss friendly church, as accredited by the Torch Trust. This means that we warmly welcome and provide for visually impaired people (VIP). We do this through offering large print and braille resources, and by actively supporting, encouraging and including VIPs in our services and shared church life.

Find Us

Our church building is located in the centre of town at:

25 Coventry Road, Market Harborough, LE16 9BX

On Sundays there is lots of free Sunday parking in the CO-OP car park directly opposite. 
Wheelchair access is at the rear of the church in Manor Walk. 

Paul Mawson Photography
Market Harborough Baptist Church Location