Seaton Baptist Church is a church at the crossroads (and not only geographically). People come, some visit, others stay; still others stay a while…then move on. We gather, worship, proclaim the Name above all Names and live out our lives in the world for His glory.
Our ministries include:
- A midweek service (3rd Wed. each month) geared towards people who are not able to make it to our Sunday morning services. A weekly prayer group meets on Wednesday evenings.
- Each Thursday (weekly, school terms) a group of around 30 ladies meet for Share In (craft and chat). With roots that go back to the early years of conception, many friendships have been developed and the group is ever ready to contribute to different needs in the community.
- A group of believers from our church and the Grace Assembly Church (Indian believers who worship next door (across the small Car Park actually), meet for prayer every Sunday at 9.15am in front of the church (weather permitting). Our prayers are focusing on our two Churches, the community and the passersby.
- The Outreach Ministry was born from the desire to make inroads into the community and meet our neighbors at their places. At the moment the only two activities are street walking and prayer. It is our desire to explore other ways of reaching out.
- Friday Lunch Ministry is a place where friends gather to serve great tasting home cooked-style meals. This is a fortnightly event where our members are encouraged to invite their friends. The Friday Lunch Ministry is involved in helping missions and charities.
A century of God’s faithfulness was celebrated by Seaton Baptist Church on the last weekend in August.
A catered dinner was held on Saturday evening and approximately 90 people enjoyed hearing the history of the church and various speakers reminiscing about activities and programs over the years. There was also a display of photos and memorabilia and special mention was made of all who were encouraged, prayed for and sent out by the church.
Various speakers shared their memories with some long overdue ‘confessions’. All were thankful for God’s leading and faithfulness over the last 100 years.
The celebrations continued on Sunday with a challenging message by Rev. Mike Mills based on Revelations 3. Mike encouraged us to honour God in our lifestyle, deeds and words. A lunch followed where Rev. Neil Adcock cut the anniversary cake. The church was filled with love, joy and friendship.
We thanked God for the past and look to the future to continue being faithful to Him and being a clear reflection of Jesus Christ to our community.
We invite you to join us in praising the Lord for His faithfulness. Pray for us!