Welcome...thanks for stopping by our website!
YBC is a friendly, lively church with people of all ages from a wide
range of backgrounds meeting together to worship God and understand life a bit better.
It's definitely not full of people who have life under control just ordinary folk who live in the real world with its real struggles just like you do!
No matter what issues
you face and whether you’ve been a Christian for years, or you’re still trying to work out what all this Christianity business is…you’re very welcome here.
Drop by to one of our services and events anytime – they’re all pretty open and informal. You can
also find out more about us via this website or drop us an email through the contact tab with any questions you might have.
We worship on Sunday Mornings at 10.30am and on advertised Sunday Evenings@6pm. We have a whole range of events throughout the week that
offer fellowship and care to all who attend, whatever age you are!
We strive to do all we do based upon the life and times of Jesus Christ, always seeking to allow Him to work amongst us and bring fruitfulness into our lives.
Our Sunday services include
a blend of the traditional and contemporary and Bible centred. We’re passionate about knowing and experiencing God - not just learning more stuff about Him.
This term we’ll be running a Discipleship Foundations Course on Sunday evenings
(running fortnightly for 6 sessions starting 15th September) and we’ll also be holding a special “Alpha for Seniors” course on Wednesday lunchtimes from 18th September - an excellent opportunity to come along and ask lots of questions and
chat about the big issues of life in a relaxed and informal setting (we’ll let you decide how to define “senior!”) If you’d like to know more about this or anything else that
goes on here at Yeovil Baptist then do get in touch – we’d love to try and help in any way possible.
Autumn Term Preaching Series
Some people think “13” is unlucky. In China “8” is really good news. Some Italians are superstitious about Friday 17th because rearranging
the Roman numerals XVII can create the word "VIXI", Latin for "my life is over!” And don’t show an Afghan the number “39” – it translates as “dead cow” and is considered decidedly bad news!
Every culture has numbers which carry added weight or significance.
It was no different in Bible times. Understand the number and we better understand the meaning of the incident, event or image.
This Autumn’s morning sermon series is entitled "Adding Up the Numbers" where we’ll take a look at the biblical significance of
the numbers 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 10, 12 and 40. Don’t worry, if you’re not great at maths…but there is a whole stack of useful and inspirational things to be discovered about the Mathematics of God!