Where are We?

    You will find Faith Baptist Church near the rugby club in Bromeswell, just outside of Woodbridge. We have ample parking available for services and everyone is welcome. The closest postcode is IP12 2PP.

    Directions from A12:
    Coming from the A12 as it passes north of Woodbridge, take the Melton/Sutton turning (A1152 at the roundabout) and proceed down the hill, through the traffic lights in Melton and across the railway line at Melton Station. Continue over the river and bear left at the roundabout (Orford Road/A1152 signposted Rendlesham). Follow the road past the "Brittish Larder Suffolk" public house and continue straight ahead past the Eyke / Rendlesham turning on the B1084 into the 30mph zone. At the end of the 30mph zone is a crossroad where Sheepdrift Road crosses the Orford Road. This is currently signposted for the Nelson Potter saw mill where you can turn right toward the saw mill. After about 200 yards there is a bridleway on the right which leads to Faith Baptist Church which can be seen across the rugby field on your right.

    Directions from Tunstall:
    Head South on the Woodbridge Road toward Rendlesham. At the Bentwaters Park / Rendlesham roandabout continue straight ahead onto the A1152 into the 40mph zone. Continue past Rendlesham (on right) and on into and through Eyke (about 2.5 miles) where there is a crossroad at the bottom of a slight hill. Turn left into Sheepdrift Road and continue for 0.5 miles to the crossroads with the B1084. Continue straight over the B1084 toward Nelson Potters saw mill. After about 200 yards there is a bridleway on the right which leads to Faith Baptist Church which can be seen across the rugby field on your right.

    Should you wish to contact us, please contact Pastor F. Thompson

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    Who Is Jesus? (You Decide!)


       “Jesus himself, when challenged, did not offer airtight proofs about his identity. He dropped clues here and there, to be sure, but after appealing to the evidence. “Blessed is he who takes no offense at me.”

       It occurs to me that all the contorted theories about Jesus that have been spontaneously generating since the day of his death merely confirm the awesome risk God took when he stretched himself out on the dissection table [the Incarnation] - a risk he seemed to welcome. Examine me. Test me. You decide.”                                                         -Philip Yancey

      Even Pontius Pilate, under the peer pressure of the religious crowd, examined Jesus with such questions as: “Art thou King of the Jews?” “What is Truth?” “Knowest thou not I have power to crucify thee?”  Then, in a dark moment of intense frustration, Pilate asked the crowd, “What shall I do with Jesus who is called Christ?”

       After Jesus cried out, “It is finished,” Jesus laid down his life, and his body was placed in a tomb. On the third day Jesus took up his life and arose victoriously over death.  Now Jesus’ identity was clearly revealed and we all have to answer Pilate’s question, “What shall I do with Jesus Christ?”

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