Family Church

Family Church

On Sunday mornings we welcome families to join with us in our morning worship service. We believe in supporting the whole family on their journey of faith. While the adults learn in church, we have groups to welcome all ages of children and young people.

We are aiming to develop a strong Christian family within Abingdon Baptist Church which is meaningful, exciting, and an integral part of the church so we can reach out to our surrounding community.

For more details on the different groups, see the other pages in this section.

Child Safety

We recognise our responsibility to provide a safe environment for all children and young people, safeguarding their interests and well being within the Church. All leaders and helpers hold enhanced DBS checks in line with the Baptist Union’s Safe to Grow policy.


 IS OUR GROUP FOR 4-11 YEAR OLD CHILDREN. We meet as part of  the Church family worship on Sunday mornings. We explore who God is and what being a Christian is all about, learning  together through Bible stories, Lego, crafts, songs, games and adventures in prayer. If you want to see or have a go at some of our past activities then try dynamite@home


We welcome under 4’s at Abingdon Baptist Church runs during our worship service each Sunday. It is a safe place for our youngest children to play and experience God’s love.  With Bible stories, songs and crafts. It is run by a dedicated team of volunteers. Crèche runs during our worship service each Sunday. ABC Tots meets on Wednesdays from 9:30-11:30am term times. It is a busy group for pre-schoolers aged 0-4 years with their Parents and carers. There is play,…


Launch is our group for young people usually aged 11+.   We meet regularly during the Sunday morning services, with a varied programme including: going out for hot chocolate mornings – these are very much appreciated by the young people! and staying in the lounge, still drinking hot chocolate, looking at issues of life and faith within a safe space for questions and discussion using a mixture of films, media clips, the Bible, hot chocolate, and other sources to address issues…