Welcome to Siloam Baptist Church, Killay.

Thank you for visiting our website!

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Sunday Service ‘live’ on facebook (see link below).

Easter Messages - Good Friday  - Easter Sunday

Regrettably, following advice from the Baptist Union of Great Britain, we have had to take the difficult, but clearly the right decision to suspend Siloam’s morning and evening services, and all midweek meetings, until further notice.

 

The  church is a people and not a building, and we can still support one another, and must do so, even though we can’t physically meet.


If you need any assistance, we are here to help please contact us.

 

Siloam Link  - click the “link” for a pdf of the weekly church notices.


Facebook - for up to the minute changes and connections !!


‘Services’ livestreamed - Sunday morning at 11:00

on Siloam’s Facebook page.

Prayer and Bible Study on “zoom” - e-mail Heini !

 

(If you’re not already on Facebook it’s easy to join. Just press the Facebook link above. It’s totally free. Facebook doesn’t need to be daunting, you choose your own ‘Facebook Friends’ even if it’s just ‘Siloam’. There are regular ’Posts’ to keep you informed and in touch.)


There are two WhatsApp' groups 'Siloam Friends' keeping people in touch with each other), and ‘Siloam Volunteers' (to enable us to be of use caring for each other and the community in general).

Please contact Heini for more info.


We hope that browsing through these pages will prompt you to visit us at the church when it re-opens. Then you can discover for yourself the warmth and joy of belonging to Siloam. 


Who are we, and why are we here? 


The Christian church is made up of millions of ordinary people all over the world who believe in the Lordship of God's Son - Jesus Christ, and trust in him alone for salvation. At the moment Siloam is a small local expression of the universal church, but we really want to grow!


The Christian church believes that the Bible was written by people who were uniquely inspired by God, and as we read it we discover God's purpose for his church. We believe that God wants us to worship him, to share the gospel, to help one another grow in faith, and to love and serve one another and the community around us. Even though, like every church, we sometimes fall short of this, with God's help we try to fulfil his purpose. 


Siloam is a member of the Baptist Union of Great Britain, and the South Wales Baptist Association.

Heini Jones - Minister