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As a church we have many links to other churches and organisations, both in our local area and nationwide.

National Affiliations

FIEC - Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches
"The Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches is a family of over 500 local churches who are united by the gospel and by a common purpose. As a Fellowship we exist to encourage and equip our family of independent churches to thrive, impacting our nation with the good news of the Lord Jesus Christ."
South East Gospel Partnership
"The South East Gospel Partnership is a group of Bible believing churches working together to train leaders, strengthen and plant churches, and advance the gospel."
Kent Gospel Partnership
"Kent Gospel Partnership is a network of Bible-centred, local churches who are committed to spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ across our region, and to supporting, encouraging and equipping each other as we seek to do this."
"Affinity is a fellowship of Churches, evangelical Agencies and Christians. Through our fellowship together we seek to express the unity all God's people enjoy because they belong to Jesus Christ."

Local Churches

Coldharbour Evangelical Free Church
"We're a Bible-believing, evangelical church located on the borders of Eltham (London SE9 3BA), Mottingham and Chislehurst."
Elmstead Baptist Church
"Elmstead is a friendly, welcoming church on the borders of Chislehurst and Mottingham, where people can discover the Christian faith and grow to spiritual maturity. Our aim is to bring glory to God by knowing Jesus Christ and making him known."
Novar Christian Fellowship
"The Fellowship was founded in 1894 and has been meeting at its present address for over 80 years. We are Christians who firmly believe in God's word, the Bible. We are not affiliated to any denomination although we have close links with neighbouring churches."
Court Farm Evangelical Church
An evangelical church in Mottingham.
Otford Evangelical Free Church
"OEFC is a small village church committed to Bible-based (that’s all the word ‘evangelical’ in our name means) Christianity - we believe the Bible is God’s guidebook for us."
All Souls Crockenhill
We're not the only church in Crockenhill! All Souls is the local Church of England parish church.

Other Links

Christianity Explored
"Developed over 10 years, Christianity Explored is an informal course for people who'd like to investigate Christianity, or just brush up on the basics. It explores who Jesus was, what his aims were, and what it means to follow him. You won't be asked to pray, sing or read aloud, and you can ask any questions you like. Or, if you prefer, you can just come along and listen. Christianity Explored has been around for over a decade now, and it's been designed to suit different age ranges and people."
10 of Those
10 of Those is an online Christian bookshop. Their vision is "to help local churches and Christian organisations by providing quality Christian resources at prices they can afford."

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Find out about the history of Crockenhill Baptist Church

Crockenhill Baptist Church is an independent congregational church. Under Christ, we are governed by the church members, and led by the officers they appoint.

The members' handbook outlines how the church is run, how to become a member, and what is expected of members.

Our pastor, Mark Drury, works full time for the church and is responsible for praying for us, preaching God's word to us and leading us to grow in our faith.

To ensure the church is run biblically, wisely, and in compliance with charity law, the church has a constitution. This constitution is summarised for members in the Members' Handbook. Additionally, to care for the church's members and visitors to its activities, the church has adopted several specific policies in different areas.

What we believe as a church, complete with Bible references

The good news of Jesus Christ