All Saints Braybrooke

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Our parish church stands as the focal point of the village, lying on the central village cross-roads near the appropriately named River Jordan.  Its magnificent elongated spire, built in the late 14th century or early 15th century is a key landmark.

Services are held alternately in the Church and the nearby Baptist Chapel at 10am each Sunday.  Both Anglicans and Baptists attend services and a warm welcome is offered to everyone to join in the worship. When there is a fifth Sunday in month we join our sister churches in a united service, moving around the benefice.

Today Braybrooke is an attractive village, not far from Market Harborough, and All Saints aims to serve God and all his people here.

Braybrooke Baptists
The little stream going through the village is called the River Jordan.  Years ago adult Baptists declared their faith by being baptised in this stream.  Today our nearest Baptistery is at our daughter church in Desborough.  Our children are dedicated to God and we give thanks for them and then it is their own decision when older whether to be baptised or not.

We welcome all believers of whatever denomination into our little chapel.Our membership is only nine but we belong to the wider circle of Baptists, we are members of The Kettering and District Fellowship of Baptist Churches, the Northants Baptist Association and the Baptist Union. We also support our Missionary Society and Home Mission, both prayerfully and financially.  Members are not just Baptists, we are Christians and believe in Church Unity; we are all one in Christ and so have strong connections with our Anglican friends in the village.  We share our churches and worship together.

We meet every Sunday at 10 am.  Why not try us one Sunday, we will give you a warm welcome.

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