Holland on Sea Baptist Church

is family friendly. Even if you don't have your own local family, you can be part of God's family here at Holland on Sea Baptist Church.

We are made up of people from various backgrounds. We aim to share God's love by being welcoming and community centered.

We aim to provide a range of activities that cater for your needs, whether you are young, not so young or somewhere in the middle.

Our Church is located on the corner of Norman Road and Frinton Road (B1032). The address of our Church is:

145 Frinton Road
Holland on Sea
Clacton on Sea
CO15 5UR

Minister: Revd. Chris Collict 

Phone 01255 814617 

To contact our Minister please telephone him during office hours or complete the form on the contact us page.

What's on?

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Verse of the Day (NIV)

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But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.
Matthew 6:33


I was in the army once and the Sergeant said to me: "What does surrender mean?" I said: "I give up!"

EBA Baptist Gathering

This year the annual Eastern Baptist Association gathering of churches in the region takes place

on Saturday 30th September from 1:00pm to 5:00pm

at Colchester Road Baptist Church, 75 Colchester Road, Ipswich IP4 4ST. 

See Revd Chris Collict if you plan to attend this event and require transport. 

Our latest podcast

Listen to other podcasts - https://www.hollandonseabaptist.com/media

If you would like a CD recording of any service see Richard Taylor

Talk by Revd Chris Collict

2023 Shoe Box Appeal

As a Church, we send several hundred shoeboxes to Blythswood Care every year.  In 2022 our Church sent nearly five hundred filled shoeboxes to them.  In the last thirty years the charity has distributed more than 2.5 million boxes – each one different, each one personal, each one an expression of the care and kindness shown to a stranger in need.

Filled with small practical items such as toiletries, stationery and clothing, the individually-wrapped boxes are distributed in schools, hospitals, orphanages, care homes and to households in very low income communities. Last year many shoeboxes went to people affected by the war in Ukraine.

Please bring your donations to the Church any time of the year.  See Margo (pictured below) for more details of this year's shoebox appeal.

Your gift truly makes a difference.

Our church is a collection point for

The Foodbank urgently needs the following items:

Tinned Fruit

Tinned and Packet Custard

Longlife Milk

UHT Fruit Juice

Instant Mash

Tinned Sponge Pudding

Small Jar/Packet Instant Coffee

Hot Chocolate Powder

The Foodbank currently has plenty of the following:

Baked Beans, Soup, Pasta, Rice, Cereal

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