Quinton Park Baptist Church
CHRIST IN THE HEART OF CHEYLESMORE
Please visit us at Quinton Park, Cheylesmore, Coventry, CV3 5PZ
We are very pleased to announce that
Rev Danny Doran-Smith has accepted
the invitation to be the new Minister at
Every Tuesday - 2:00 pm until 5:00 pm
A welcoming place for all ages and backgrounds.
It will be: warm, safe and free
Toys - Board Games - a quiet space - fellowship
Drinks - Hot meal
Free Coffee & Chat every Wednesday
from 10:00am until 12:00 noon
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Quinton Park (‘QP’) is a welcoming and generous church based in a residential suburb of Coventry. Emerging from a season of multiple challenges, following the restrictions caused by COVID-19 we are seeking to restart certain areas of church life and gain momentum in our vision to serve our local community for Christ’s glory. We are varied in theological outlook and big on welcoming others to Worship with us. Whilst modest in numbers (average attendance post-COVID is 30 – 50), we are richly blessed in gifting's.
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Quinton Park Baptist Church was built in 1957, and the building is generally in good repair (a small refurbishment project will shortly be underway to update the front of our building, improve the disabled access to the church and disabled toilet facilities). The church can seat approximately 300 people. A hall and offices were built around 2010. Both the church and the hall are rented out regularly (bookings most days) for use by community groups and local businesses (e.g. choir, pilates, toddler group). We are a church of just over 50 members, around half of whom are regularly attending since COVID, and another 15-20 non-members attending on a semi- regular basis (some of whom are extremely committed to church work). We also have a small group of children who are dedicated and involved in church life. We belong to the Heart of England Baptist Association (HEBA) and the Baptist Union of Great Britain (BUGB). Our leadership currently consists of 4 deacons, 1 church secretary, and 1 treasurer. The diaconate meets once per month to discuss the business needs of the church and aims to have an ‘away-time’ once per quarter. There are several church members who will lead worship and a small number who also use their preaching gifts effectively. Our typical Sunday morning service includes the children for the first part, who then leave for Sunday School (there is currently no creche facility). Numbers are variable but we have a small team of reliable teachers and helpers. We have an excellent worship group of up to 7 (drums/ bass/ electric/ acoustic guitars, keyboards, singers) playing a mix of worship songs and occasional hymns. Our previous minister was Elim and has started us on a journey of being more open to the Holy Spirit in worship. The influence of Hope Springs is encouraging us to continue along this journey. Our regular service is typical of many Baptist churches in style and format. It's quite relaxed and usually includes a welcome – 2 or 3 songs – children’s spot – intercessions – bible reading – sermon – songs – closing benediction. We hold a communion service once per month. Theologically, our church is mainly moderate but contains a real breadth of understanding, with a smaller contingent who are more theologically conservative. The leadership attempts to promote theological humility.
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"God is not only the greatest of all beings, but the best. All the goodness there is in any creature has been imparted from the Creator, but God's goodness is underived, for it is the essence of his eternal nature."