There are many ministries that make up the life and works of Seaford Baptist Church. We have therefore put together a sample of the work that takes place below. Have a scroll through to see if there is anything you'd like to get involved in, then get in touch through the Church Office.
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.
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.
Tuesday Lunch Club
Chinwags is where our senior ladies and gentlemen meet for fellowship over a tasty lunch provided by teams of volunteers on alternate Tuesdays.
Scallywags Toddler Group: Scallywags is a toddler group that meets every Friday in term time from 9.30am to 11am. There is loads to do for your preschooler with singing at the end of the morning. Freshly brewed coffee and biscuits too!
Who Let the Dad's Out?
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 Dad's. 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.
Pint and Prayer
Every other Thursday some of our men meet for prayer and a pint - exactly what it says on the tin!
Held is a ladies Bible Study and fellowship group that meets each Thursday morning.
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.