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We desire to be a church

  • which encourages and sustains each member and friend through their hopes, dreams, desires, problems, uncertainties and needs.

  • where everyone is important and respected because Christ loves each one of us as unique individuals with our own views and characteristics.

  • where our love for one another is evident in our prayers, our care, our hospitality and our conversation, wherever we are.

  • which welcomes all ages, races and abilities and where no group is marginalised.

  • where pastoral care is the responsibility of all members as well as the Minister.

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Albany Park Baptist Church was founded in 1941, during World War II, as a church plant of Days Lane Baptist Church. This was to meet the needs of a community that had started to grow rapidly in the 30’s as a result of the new station at Albany Park, making the area an attractive part of commuter land. The church began in the front room of a house in Hurst Road. When numbers became too large the fellowship rented a vacant WHSmith shop close to the station (now Smarty Pants Dry Cleaners!). Eventually the Council made some land available as part of further development in the 1950’s. The plan was for a church, a hall and a manse. The hall was built first as a multipurpose facility which most people now regard as the church. The land intended for the manse now has the hall and a car park. The land intended for the church is still empty but we dream that one day the original vision will be fulfilled.

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