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OUR SUNDAY SERVICES ARE CURRENTLY ONLINE. Thoughtful and reverent worship, progressive preaching, and inclusive theology.

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We welcome all expressions of gender and sexuality.

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Bloomsbury is registered for the solemnisation of marriage for both mixed-sex and same-sex couples.

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We welcome people from many countries and faith traditions. مرحبا بكم في بلومزبري; 欢迎来到布鲁姆斯伯里; добро пожаловать в Блумсбери; bienvenue à Bloomsbury; croeso i Bloomsbury

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Aspiring to be an inclusive and accessible church in the centre of London, that holds and represents a wide variety of people, opinions, and backgrounds.

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Sunday Services are online at 11am

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Sunday meals are currently suspended

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Our vision statement: Provoking faith in the heart of London

We are progressive in our theology, reverent in our style of worship, and active when it comes to social justice.
Those who find their home at Bloomsbury believe there is no one 'right' way,
but rather we search together for a deeper understanding of Jesus and what it means for us to follow him.

We aspire to be inclusive and accessible.

We are a member of the Inclusive Church Network.
We believe that Black Lives Matter and are committed to becoming an anti-racist community.
Recognising that gender is not binary, we welcome people of all genders.
We are registered for the solemnisation of marriage for both mixed-sex and same-sex couples.

We are a centre for preaching

Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church is known internationally as an historic preaching centre,
and our most recent sermons can be found under the 'Latest' section of our website.

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Bloomsbury Blog

31 May 21

Stop Press: Our response to COVID-19

Bloomsbury's response to the Coronavirus epidemic. Read more


Sunday Sermons

26 Apr 21

Identity Politics and the Early Church

Identity Politics and the Early Church. Simon Woodman preaching on the Council at Jerusalem from Acts 15, at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church Read more


Sunday Sermons

19 Apr 21

Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch

Simon Woodman preaching on Acts 8.26-39 Read more


Sunday Sermons

12 Apr 21

A Vision of Jesus

Simon Woodman preaching on the stoning of Stephen at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church. Read more


Sunday Sermons

06 Apr 21

The Mystery of the Everyday

Simon Woodman preaching on Luke 24.13-35. 'What if Jesus is primarily present to us, not in the holy places or the sanctified moments, but in the mystery of the everyday?' Read more


Sunday Sermons

04 Apr 21

The Absence of Jesus

A sermon for Provoking Faith in a Time of Isolation The online gathering of Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church 4th April 2021 - Easter Sunday We, like the women at the mouth of the tomb, are not witnesses to Christ’s resurrected body. Jesus is not, physically at least, ‘with’ us. Like the women, we simply know him through his absence. Read more

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