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Online Sunday morning service links (update 31.5.20)

By Hayley Beckett on 20th March 2020

Online Resources

The EBA YouTube channel has sermons provided by our Regional Ministers, plus they are all happy to be asked to prerecord a sermon for you to use within a online service please be in contact.

As well as what we have produced EBA member churches are providing online services each week please see links below

We cannot guarantee the quality of any of the links, and we are not endorsing anyone in particular.

Live streaming via Facebook

Services on Youtube

Zoom Sunday gatherings

  • Pier Avenue Baptist Church: 10am on Sunday, if you would like the link please email
  • Cherry Hinton Baptist Church
  • St Andrew’s Street Baptist please email for the link
  • Rushmere Baptist Church has the information to get the link to join
  • ChristChurch, Stock contact for the link
  • King Street Baptist Church Thetford: 10:45am, email for the link or see
  • Brentwood Baptist Sunday Morning
  • Mill Road Baptist Church

Youtube videos

Church websites


As well as EBA churches we have heard of others providing this service.

  • Heart of England Baptist Association are putting them on our Facebook page and also on YouTube.

  • North West Baptist Association are also doing something on You tube




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