If you're a spiritual seeker with questions about God, we'd love to sit with you and study what God says about himself in the Bible. And if you're a committed Christian who wants to sink the roots of your faith even deeper, you can find a home here at Islington Baptist Church.

The following statement represents our motivational and controlling aims:

As a church we strive to see:

Genuine salvation  we strive to humbly submit to Christ as LORD and SAVIOUR. This involves a decision to repent from our rebellion against him and trust in the salvation won for us by Jesus Christ on the cross. And it involves a lifetime of living out our submission to Christ as LORD.

Genuine community  together, we're striving to become the kind of church described in the Bible, where there's faithful Bible teaching, heart-felt praise of God, honest friendships, constant prayer, and compassionate care for those in need. In short, we aim to be the kind of community God intended us to be one that reflects the sacrificial love that God first showed to us in Jesus.

As a church we also strive to share his compassion for the world:

Compassion for the lost  we proclaim God's saving grace by speaking of the hope we have. The good news of salvation is a message that is crying out to be passed on to our friends, family neighbours and anyone who is not yet a Christian.

Compassion for the wider community  we testify to the goodness of God's character by showing practical acts of compassion to those in need in our community. We aim to live as though everyone is our neighbour.