Becoming a Christian is to accept Jesus Christ, as God’s Son, and Saviour. The journey to faith is one of falling into the endless love and forgiveness of God. Join us in tuning your life to the rhythm of God’s redeeming will.

First steps in faith

We believe that everyone should be able to explore the Christian faith, ask questions and decide whether they want to accept the offer of new life in God that Jesus makes possible. This page is about resources to do that.

Starting out in a small group

Small groups were the church at its beginning 2000 odd years ago. If you feel part of @acnbchurch we hope you join or small group journey

The Bumpy Road course: faith & mental health collide

If your life is a bumpy road we invite you to the first Bumpy Road course. For everyone affected by mental health issues. Six weeks to explore the place where faith, spirituality and mental health meet.

Start! finding answers

Start! is for you if you’ve got questions about life and the Christian faith and are looking for answers. Take the first step and Start! the journey with us. Just six friendly sessions starting from scratch on Monday evenings Begins October 30th.

News about beginning in faith

Poppy Update X

The Poppy Cascade is rolled up ready to deploy on Saturday Morning, in time for the opening party on Sunday at 2pm

Bags of Hope at Halloween

Watch video to see Churches Together in North Baddesley on Halloween gathered at All Saints giving out bags of hope and offer free soup to passing trick or treaters. Each bag contains treats without tricks and a fun book telling a little of the Christian story.

Poppy Update IX

The poppy cascade is now nearing being completely assembled. Please do not start any new poppies. During “Over the Top” there will be peace focused exhibits inside St John the Baptist. You can contribute by making an origami dove with a message of peace.

Camino de Santiago: Patricia Oliver's story

Pilgrimage has at its heart the search for the holy, or the boundary of human experience. Watch Patricia Oliver describe walking the camino with a relative in a wheelchair.

Jesus answered, "I am the way and the truth and the life...

Jesus in the Gospel of John 14.6