We are very pleased to be able to welcome our Regional Minister Rev Beth Powney as our speaker this Sunday, February 3rd. Everyone welcome, we cater for adults, children and young people. We start at 10:45am and we are located opposite W H Smith in the King Street pedestrianised area of Thetford, postcode IP24 2AP
King Street Baptist Church is very pleased to announce a new venture starting Thursday February 14th, a drop in play space for tots called Kidz n Coffee. Spread the word to all those in Thetford with pre-school children. It will be held every Thursday but not until February 14th!
We hope you can join us this Sunday January 27th for cafe style church at KSBC, which will be led by our Minister Sally Sago. Tea, coffee etc will be available throughout our time together. Everyone welcome, we cater for adults, children and young people. We start at 10:45am and we are located opposite W H Smith in the King Street pedestrianised area of Thetford, postcode IP24 2AP.
Finny was sent to prison at the age of 12 years old and given a total of 11 years to serve throughout his life of crime before finding Christ at 19. As a talented singer/songwriter he uses his music to carry the message of the hope that is in Christ to others. Finny has been invited by King Street Baptist Church to perform in Thetford with his band Finny Music to raise awareness of his work. Come along and bring your friends for a great evening together. 6:30pm for 7, admission free. Refreshments served in the interval. FinnyMusic CDs will be on sale.
Questions for Sunday Jan 20th 2019
Join us this Sunday January 13th at 10:45am. This week Steve Kaye will be bringing us the message with Liz Pearce leading the music. Everyone welcome, of all ages.
If you are a member here at KSBC, don’t forget the church meeting following the service, lunch is provided.
Happy New Year! All are welcome to join us this Sunday January 6th for our Epiphany service as we celebrate the coming of the kings to visit Jesus as a baby. Do we know there were three kings? And were they actually kings or were they philosophers or ‘wise men’? When did they visit? Our Minister Sally Sago will explore the story from 10:45am. All welcome of all ages.