Our 10:30 morning services usually include:

Crèche:
Babies to three-year-olds can play and have fun in our crèche. 

Kingdom Kids on Sunday: three to 11-year-olds can come and join us in  Kingdom Kids, where we learn about Jesus and the Bible, in all sorts of fun ways.


Ichthus 1 and 2: 12-18-year-olds can come and join Ichthus 1 or 2. Here they will be taught in an interactive and fun way and have time to get to know God and other young people their age. 




Streatham Healing Rooms: is open every Sunday, except on Bank Holiday weekends and during August and December. We invite you for prayer in the name of Jesus for physical, emotional or spiritual healing.

Located at Streatham Baptist Church, the Healing Rooms are open to visitors of any religion and none.  It is part of a world-wide network which started in Spokane, Washington, inspired by the ministry of John G. Lake (1870-1935), who had a healing ministry at the time of the 1918 flu pandemic. Between 1915 and 1920, John ran the 'Healing Rooms', a healing centre in Spokane, and documented over 100,000 healings in just five years. In 1999, the Healing Rooms in Spokane were reopened by Cal Pierce on the same site. The vision was to encourage and develop healing rooms around the world. There are currently Healing Rooms in more than 60 nations. Streatham Healing Rooms opened in 2006.

Please register between 1.15pm and 2.00pm for an appointment the same day.  You will be prayed for in confidence by a team of two or three. You can bring a friend or relative if you wish, but under 18s must always be accompanied by a responsible adult.  The prayer team will ask for some basic information about you and your need, and will also ask God for words of knowledge and wisdom. Prayer sessions generally last around 20 minutes, and afterwards you can continue in prayer or take time to rest in God's presence if you wish. The team will share with you any prophecies or Scriptures they are given and you are encouraged to give your testimony if you feel able.

We believe that healing is an integral part of Jesus’ work of atonement, drawing on Bible verses such as Isaiah 53:4-6 (“….by his wounds we are healed.”) and Matthew 8:17 (“He took up our infirmities and carried our diseases.”). Healing the sick is also part of the Great Commission, see Mark 16:15-18 (“they will place their hands on sick people, and they will get well.”).