High Street, Evington, Leicester. LE5 6FH

Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and forever. (Hebrews 13.8)


What we believe






How to find us


For over 170 years Evington Chapel has witnessed to God’s good news to those around. You are invited to join with us – we all have more to learn of our God, and Jesus Christ whom He has sent.

We are ordinary people, from all walks of life, who have the same sorrows, joys, cares and concerns that are common to us all.

We are called Baptists because according to the Bible the first Christian churches were made up of people who repented of their sins, believed on the Lord Jesus Christ and were then baptised by being immersed in water. We follow the practice of those early Christians.

In accordance with government guidelines, all meetings of the church have been suspended until further notice. This is deeply regrettable, and we earnestly pray that it will soon be possible to resume public worship. Our thoughts and prayers at this time are especially with those most affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.

Although we have been scattered, we continue as a church to worship, trust, glorify and proclaim the God of all grace, who is with us now, by the Holy Spirit.

Lord's Day service arrangements are:
Morning: we meet using Zoom at 11am. Please contact us for further details.
Evening: we are warmly encouraging our usual congregation to join live streamed services from Providence Chapel Cheltenham, at 6.30pm

Please e-mail us at evington.chapel@yahoo.co.uk ‎ if you require further information regarding our ongoing ministries.

A letter from our elders can be seen here

God's Love in a Pandemic (by kind permission, Metropolitan Tabernacle)


God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. (John 3:16)

The LORD of hosts is with us; the God of Jacob is our refuge.
(Psalm 46:11)