Welcome to Central Baptist Church

We are a Baptist Church in the centre of Chelmsford. Our congregation is all age and multicultural with people from over 20 countries worshipping together. We are a city centre church which is used by the local community and runs seven days a week.

We have two services on a Sunday with a mix of traditional and contemporary worship. You can find us near the Chelmsford railway station and town library.


This Sunday

10 a.m. Morning Service
Our morning service, with a dedication. This week we continue our series in Daniel, looking at Daniel 5 with Leesa McKay.
3 p.m. Bible Detectives
Each month we will investigate together a person from the Bible and see what secrets we can reveal.
6 p.m. International Evening: Atorkor
Join us for our International Evening, celebrating the variety of cultures and countries we're from.
View this week’s diary

How to Find Us

E-mail: info@centralbaptistchelmsford.org
Telephone: 01245 264163

Central Baptist Church is about a 3 minute walk from Chelmsford station. We're on Victoria Road South, Chelmsford - CM1 1LN. The church doesn't have it's own car park but being a city-centre church, there are a number of public car parks within a few minutes walk - take a look at our parking suggestions.

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Latest News

International Evening – Martin Hills (29th June 2015)

Focus on Atorkor on Sunday 5th July 2015 at 6:00pm

Life in the Kingdom – Martin Hills (1st June 2015)

Last autumn, as we reflected on our life together as a church we felt strongly that we should be focussing on the Kingdom of God ...

Listen Online

Deliberately Different -- Daniel 4.
Part of the series Deliberately Different.
Leesa McKay (28th June 2015)
The Lost ("Prodigal") Son.
Lou Acton (21st June 2015)
'The Heat is On' -- Daniel 3.
Part of the series Deliberately Different.
Leesa McKay (14th June 2015)
Deliberately Different -- Daniel 2.
Part of the series Deliberately Different.
Martin Hills (7th June 2015)
Deliberately Different -- Daniel 1.
Part of the series Deliberately Different.
Leesa McKay (31st May 2015)