Our main church building was built in 1834 and you'll find it on Tetbury Street. You don't judge a book by its cover, and you certainly shouldn't judge a church by its facade! Because we're a listed building, the rather forbidding outside, complete with wrought iron railings, can't be changed.
Inside, however, the church is modern, friendly, carpeted and well heated! We are equipped for multi-media presentations, a feature of our Sunday worship services.
Next door to the church is the Church Centre, the former Minchinhampton Institute, which is used for Sunday pre-school activities and as a church office during the week.
The original Baptist chapel in Minchinhampton dates from 1765 and it's still there, a private house and very much altered now, in Chapel Lane. Click here
to see a presentation about the church's 250-year history.
The one thing our Tetbury Street premises can't provide is car-parking space. Sorry! On behalf of our neighbours, we do ask you to be considerate - which may mean arriving a bit early and parking some distance away from church. The “challenge” of parking is one of the idiosyncrasies of Minchinhampton. Maybe we're biased, but we reckon it's worth the extra inconvenience!
Tetbury Street Church
Tetbury Street Church Centre