SEBABuilding God's kingdom in rural West Sussex


Sunday 6 October 2013 proved to be a truly momentous day in the life of Pulborough Brooks Baptist Church (PBBC).

This Home Mission supported church’s second anniversary was celebrated in style with a fellowship lunch after which the congregation gathered on the old Swan Bridge to witness two baptisms in the river Arun.

SEBAStorySince its inception in early October 2011, attendance has steadily grown from barely a dozen to over fifty, obliging them recently to move from the hall in which the church started, to a larger hall in order to accommodate everyone.

The ethos at PBBC is to be an outward looking church that seeks to be a blessing to its local community. Funding from Home Mission has enabled this church plant to focus on playing its part in building God’s kingdom in their small corner of rural West Sussex.

Click here to read more stories about how the money you give to Home Mission is being used to bring the love of God to communities around the country.
 
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