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About us
Those who attend are just ordinary people from all walks of life. We are serious about wanting to know, worship and serve the one true and living God as revealed in the Bible.

Do I have to pay anything?
No - the church is supported by gifts made freely by those who attend. No collection is taken up during our meetings and you are under no obligation to contribute.

What kind of Christian Church are you? The Church meeting at Evington Chapel follows the practices and beliefs that have been embraced for many centuries by most mainstream protestant churches in Britain. We are independent, which means that we do not belong to any larger group or denomination; we are a Baptist church who believe that christians should be baptised upon profession of their faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and we seek to base our teaching and behaviour solely on what is taught in the Bible.

Will anyone speak to me?
We try to make everyone feel welcome without being overbearing, so if you want to stay and talk afterwards you are very welcome to do so.

What if I’m not good enough to go to church?
The Bible clearly teaches that all men and women have failed to meet the standard required by God’s perfect holiness. That is why God sent his Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, to 'seek and to save that which was lost' (Luke 19:10) We do not meet together because we are good enough in ourselves, but to worship God who has provided the way for us to be made right with Him through the cleansing power of Jesus Christ.

What if I don’t understand what is said?
Even the most experienced christians are constantly learning new things, so it is quite normal to have questions. Please feel free to ask someone about anything that is said or done and we will do our best to explain.

What should I wear?
Although those who attend often wear smart clothes, there is no formal dress code and we would be glad to see you, smart or casual.

Is access step-free?
Both the buildings have step-free access and a loop system for the hard of hearing. Wheelchair access to the chapel is via the rear door. The building at the rear has a disabled toilet and a lift to the upstairs lecture room.

Are your meetings restricted to those who are ‘Christians’?
All are welcome to join our meetings whatever their faith, nationality or cultural background. No particular preparation is required, just a desire to ‘come and see.’