Who we are

King Street Baptist Church is led by our Minister, Sally Sago, who is married to Andy.

Sunday worship forms the heart of our fellowship as we gather together to listen to God’s word, pray, sing and share food. We offer a warm welcome, friendship and hospitality every Sunday morning at 10:45am.

We aim to help people learn more about the Christian life and have bible studies and discipleship groups, as well as mentoring and short courses. We seek to encourage and help all those on the Christian journey to grow and mature in their faith and to become more like Jesus.

Our prayer is that if God is prompting you, you may feel able to join with us in realising the vision God has given to us.

Below you can find more about our beliefs.

What we believe

There is one living and true God, the Creator and ruler of heaven and earth, who eternally exists in three co-equal persons: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.

Jesus Christ is God’s Son, fully divine and fully human. He was born to the virgin Mary, led a sinless life, gave His life for us on the cross as our substitute for the forgiveness of our sins, was buried, bodily resurrected, ascended into heaven and will someday return in glory.

The Holy Spirit is at work in leading people to Jesus, and making them more like Him. He empowers Christians to live in a way that is pleasing to God and to fulfil the purpose He has for their lives.

The Bible is God’s inspired Word to us and the authority for Christian belief and conduct.

Even though people were created in God’s image, we have all sinned and become alienated from God. We are incapable of becoming right with God through our own efforts. Only by the grace of God can we know forgiveness, wholeness, right standing with God and eternal life by putting our faith only and completely in Jesus Christ.

The Church is made up of all who have repented and put their faith and trust in Jesus Christ. The Church should be unified in loving God, loving one another, and making Him known to the world.

Baptism by full immersion is for those who repent and confess faith in Jesus Christ.

Communion is a sacred act in our worship where through taking bread and wine as signs of his body broken and blood shed, we remember and celebrate what God has done for us in Jesus Christ.