Serving the town of Hartlepool
Visiting any church for the very first time can be a daunting experience and we would like to extend a warm invitation to visit us and experience a loving Church whose members love the Lord and also other people.
We want your first visit to Headland Baptist Church to be refreshing, friendly, and enjoyable for you and your family.
Our members are down-to-earth Christians from all over Hartlepool, not just from the Headland area.Our hope is that you will experience inspiring music, helpful teaching and preaching from the Word of God and a place where you can feel welcome. There will always be someone to assist you with any questions or concerns.
You are warmly invited to join us for any of the activities we have. If you come on a Sunday Morning please stay after the service for some light refreshments and a chat in the café room.
If you want to talk to any of the church leaders, they will be happy to talk or pray with you
Our church family is committed to providing relevant biblical teaching, comfort and support to those we meet. We provide a welcoming atmosphere for those looking to find their first or continuing steps within the Christian community.
We desire to be a family, rooted in the Word of God and prayer, whose love for Christ and for one another overflows in joyful sharing of the gospel with everyone whom God has given us a unique opportunity to reach.
Headland Baptist Church is a Christian church which holds to the belief that Jesus Christ is the One who gives us forgiveness, comfort and eternal hope. We believe that anyone can enjoy peace with God through Him.
This year we also remember the loss of over 100 people in Hartlepool during the bombardment on December 16 1914. Amongst those who lost their lives was Gunner William Stephen Houston, the Sunday school secretary, and seven children from the Sunday School.
Another of our members was Sgt Thomas Douthwaite (of the Durham Royal Garrison Artillery) who was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM) for removing a live cartridge from the Lighthouse gun at Heugh Battery on the December 16th 1914 during the bombardment of the Hartlepool’s.
10:30am – 12:00 All Age Service.
Our all age morning worship service Our doors open at 10am. Followed by refreshments
4:00pm – 6:00pm Band Rehearsal
Worship band rehearsal is most Sundays.
2:00 – 4:00pm Open Doors
Our church is open for Tea and Coffee.
7:30pm – Life Group
Our weekly study of the Bible and how we can apply it to our lives.We also devote a time to praying for our friends, town and world events
Please ask for this week’s host and venue.
5:00pm – 6:30pm: Teatime Group
We will be running a teatime group for children.
7:00pm – 8:30pm Fusion
The group caters for young people from Year 7 upwards.The aim is to explore the Christian faith in a relaxed atmosphere, whilst having fun, eating, and hanging out with friends.
All our volunteers have a current DBS certificate.
Our Next Services
|6||Alan Hall||Fiona Preston|
| ||Our monthly Communion service|| |
|13||John Singleton||Gwynneth Hauxwell|
| ||Also featuring a brief presentation from Safe Families|| |
|20||Scott Chapman||Robert Mayes|
|27||Pete Spence||Trevor Hauxwell|
* Speakers and leaders may change due to availablity
From single topic sermons to long running series on all aspects of the Bible and being a Christian.