Church Life

Broughty Ferry Baptist Church aim to serve not just the church fellowship but the local community too. We organize events throughout the year for people of all ages. Events take place in our St Vincent Street building and at Panmurefield Baptist Centre. Everyone young and old are invited to join us, we advertise the events on our Facebook page, flyer drop local houses and place posters in local businesses.

For more information about any of the events listed for this year please contact us.

We like to give our time joyfully to each other within the church fellowship, give our time joyfully to serve the local community and give our financial resources joyfully to support the work of the Lord.

Fellowship Care

Time Out – Take that bit of time just for you to enjoy friendship, a cuppa and good conversation. This initiative, launched in Autumn 2018  involves a series of small group gettogethers, mostly social but also with a chance to discuss a topic related to living for Christ in our day to day life. The conversations focus on a resource called ‘Life on the Frontline’. Life on the Frontline offers six interactive discussions, each with a short film, biblical reflections and real stories to help groups explore together Christ’s call and commission for the whole of life. We had around 50 people within the church willing to give these get-togethers a try, which is very encouraging. There are five groups with a host and a lead person to facilitate the conversations. Groups are either in the afternoon or evening. If you are interested in joining a group please Contact Us.

Senior Citizens – The Pastoral Committee a special tea at Christmas for senior citizens within the church fellowship.

Meals for mums – Meals are delivered to families with new babies for a week after the baby is born.

Flowers – The pastoral team organise the flower rota and the delivery of flowers to members of the fellowship.

Pastoral Care
Our Minister, Brian has overall pastoral responsibility for God’s people in Broughty Ferry Baptist Church. He will visit those will are ill or who need practical or spiritual advice and support.

Our pastoral visitors will try to be aware of any pastoral need you may have and will try to support you. They will liaise with the Minister, Pastoral Convener or Deacon if they feel you need more support than they feel able to offer and they will bring any needs to the Pastoral pray group meeting for prayer.

If you would like support from the Pastoral Team or become aware of people who are ill or who need practical or spiritual support, please contact us.

Children and Teenagers
We have a wide range of activities and ministries which cater for the young people in our church and the local community. More information is available on our website pages, Facebook and Twitter.