So you’re new? Firstly, a warm Beacon welcome, we’re glad you have decided to join us! Everyone was new at some time or another, so lets answer some of the questions you may have to help you feel more at home.
How do I get there?
We have a page that shows where we are located, and if you select the ‘Get Directions’ button it will actually allow you to navigate a path from your home to the church via Google Maps.
What time should I arrive?
We have 2 services on a Sunday, at 9:00 am and 6:30 pm. We suggest you arrive around 5-10 minutes early – especially for the morning service where parking is often in higher demand. Someone will be at the door to greet you and offer you a bulletin with details of what’s happening at church on that day and over the coming weeks.
What will church be like?
We’re quite informal at Beacon Baptist, and our services run for a little over an hour. We normally start the service with a time of praise and worship through song – led by one of our music teams. During the service we will pray together, read the bible and hear a bible-based sermon.
What does the church believe?
This is an important question! So we have a page dedicated especially to this particular subject. Kindly navigate to the What We Believe page to read up on this.
Who are the pastors?
We have a page which will allow you to get better acquainted with our 2 pastors (and also some of the other staff at Beacon). Also check the sidebar on the right.
How can I get involved?
Beacon Baptist has a number of ministries that you can get involved in – visit the Ministries link on the homepage for specific info on some of these. It doesn’t matter what your gifting is though, or even if it’s in the smallest way, we would love for you to get involved in any way you can. Any acts of service can make a difference to the work here at Beacon!
What if I'm not a Christian?
Guess what… you’re not the only one. At Beacon Baptist we welcome people who are not Christian and those who have never been to church before. We will help you understand who Jesus is and what it means to be a believer.