What we do
There are many ministries that make up the life and works of Seaford Baptist Church (SBC). Here are some of the ways you can get involved.
Care groups carry on the work of encouragement within the fellowship, and whether it is in the area of Bible study, prayer, or just plain socialising over a good meal, their regular work develops the sort of trust that enables the church to grow.
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Around forty men and women meet on Tuesday afternoons for an hour of fellowship, worship, prayer, and a message from a range of excellent speakers. Oasis meeets on Tuesdays (term times only) from 2:15pm to 3:30 pm.
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Held is a womens Bible Study and fellowship group that meets each Thursday morning. Held meets every Thursday morning from 9:45am to 12 noon
Heartsease exists for those who are alone, usually through bereavement. Although based at SBC, anyone in the Seaford area may join. We have contact with over seventy people, and between forty and fifty attend each meeting. Heartsease meets on the first Friday of the month from 2:30pm to 4pm.
Who Let the Dads Out? (WLDO)
This is a toddler group with a twist - it's just for men and their children! WLDO? runs on the second Saturday of the month and has newspapers and bacon butties just for the Dads. Because we recognize that not only preschoolers come out on Saturday mornings there is also a DVD playing and our computers are out too. WLDO runs from 9.30am to 11am as a drop in so you can come and go as you wish. Come along and give Mum a break. WLDO is held on the second Saturday of the month from 9:30am to 11:30am
Who Let the Kids Out? (WLKO)
A family tea party held on the third Sunday of each month for primary school children and their families. Includes Craft, Games, Music and a buffet tea, with an interactive bible story. A welcoming and friendly atmosphere will be experienced by all who attend. WLKO is held on every second Sunday of the month from 4pm to 6pm
Scallywags Toddler Group
Scallywags Scallywags is Seaford Baptist Church’s Parent and Toddler Group operating term- times from 09.30 until 11.00 on a Friday morning. Babies and Children under school age (who must be accompanied by a Parent or other adult Carer) can enjoy toys, games and songs. There are refreshments and biscuits, all for £1 a session. Currently Scallywags has space for a few more children. This is open to all families, not just the SBC members.
Earlybird Plays Playschool
Early Birds Pre-School is owned by Seaford Baptist Church and run by a committee elected by the church. It is also a member of the Pre-School Alliance and is registered and inspected by Ofsted from whom we received an 'outstanding' in December 2015.
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For details of our various youth activities please visit out youth page
The Cabin is a project run by Seaford Baptist Church to use the portacabin premises situated in Raymond Close, off Barn Rise to serve the people on the Cradle Hill Estate in Seaford.
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We are a friendly, caring community choir with a family feel to it. We welcome anyone who enjoys singing in a choir to come and give us a try, and join us if you feel at home. There is no audition and you do not have to able to read music.
We sing in a range of styles to suit most tastes in music e.g. classical, folk, musicals, pop, gospel, and contemporary Christian music.
The choir usually does three concerts a year, most of which raise money for charity. The choir also sings in some local nursing and care homes.
We meet for rehearsals on Wednesday evenings from 7.00 – 8.30 pm in Seaford Baptist Church.
WAVES is a separately constituted Charity, with its own board of Directors, that grew from the Social Outreach Ministry of Seaford Baptist Church. It has its own town centre premises in Seaford and provides valuable outreach amongst the local community, through a core team of staff and up to 30 volunteers. In addition to the freely available drop-in services run from its centre, it has a successful schools listening service providing support to as many as 70 pupils a week, family support workers, and a range of training courses for families. If you would like to find out more, WAVES have their own website - click here to visit it.
On the third Saturday morning of every month at 9.30, our art group Splash meets under the care of established artist Ray Finch and Bill Bovington. Anyone is welcome to come along and join in and you can take part in a variety of guided art activities or just do your own thing. This is a relaxing morning with no pressure to produce accomplished work - the emphasis is on enjoyment