As followers of Jesus Christ we believe we should be actively involved with others in doing whatever we can to meet the needs of those around us.
Find out about the different ways we are working with others to see Jesus’ love made known in our communities.
Cedarmore Housing Association
Set up by members of Bromley Baptist Church in the 1970s, Cedarmore Housing Association runs four local residential homes for older people including a specialist dementia unit.
With multiple distribution centres across the borough, giving three days’ worth of emergency food to individuals or families in crisis: bromleyborough.foodbank.org.uk. You can also find out more at www.trusselltrust.org
We help people living in Bromley whose first language isn’t English, through supporting people at a weekly group. Find out more about our Friends International group
A community-based youth project that works with often disadvantaged young people during their journey to independence, helping them to make the most of their potential: www.jusb.co.uk
Bromley Homeless Shelter
Offering half-board accommodation during the winter months to rough sleepers referred by the local council housing department, the Bromley Night Shelter is supported by Bromley Baptist and other local churches (the group is known as Churches Together in Central Bromley).
Listen to Andrew Burnham, our previous minister, speaking about his experiences of volunteering at the shelter.
Peaceful Borders is a small team of people, including our church’s former team leader and minister Simon Jones, which works to support peace in the refugee camps that have grown up in Calais and Dunkirk. The charity also provides food and clothing and other support to those who have come to our borders.