O come, let us worship and bow down: let us kneel before the LORD our maker
(Psalm 95 v. 6)
(Psalm 95 v. 6)
All services are again being held in the chapel - please follow the Covid guidelines if attending worship.
Please do not come to services at Galeed if you or any of your household have any Covid symptoms.
Services are transmitted live and if you would like to listen into the service please email us: enquiries @ galeedchapel.co.uk
The Lord's judgements are still abroad in the land and church. May God in his mercy grant the grace of repentance.
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At Galeed we seek to glorify God by meeting for reverent worship and seeking to live our lives in accordance with the Bible, the Word of God. We preach the gospel of Jesus Christ – salvation from sin and death by God's grace, through faith in Jesus Christ alone.
We are a small and friendly congregation. Our services are open to all. The Word of God puts us all in the same place – sinners in need of salvation. Therefore all are welcome to join us in worship.
We are an independent Baptist Church. As a “Baptist” church we baptise people by full immersion in water on a confession of their faith. We practise “Strict” communion by restricting participation in the Lord’s Supper to those who have been previously baptised and believe the same things as we do. We are “Particular” Baptists because we preach the doctrines of grace, commonly known as Calvinism.
We are associated with a number of other churches around the world and affiliate with The Gospel Standard magazine.
Our Pastor, Dr Matthew J. Hyde, joined us in January 2019. He is married with a young family. In his day job he is a scientist. Our deacon, Mr Philip Hills, was brought up in the congregation, and was elected deacon in 2003. He lives locally with his family.