Pastor Zach Gillit writes about new beginnings at the Chapel
We are looking forward to the future at West Hill Baptist Chapel. We thank God for allowing us the opportunity to minister in the historic Providence Chapel. The chapel was built in 1894 as the St. Nathaniel Reformed Episcopal Church, which continued until 1961. In 1965, the building was purchased by Providence Chapel of Church Street when their old building was destroyed. They used the building for exactly 40 years, holding their final services in 2005. The building was then briefly used by Ebenezer Baptist Church from 2006-2010 while remodeling their current church. On Easter Sunday, 2013, the building once again came into regular use as West Hill Baptist Chapel.
At West Hill Baptist Chapel, we offer two reverent worship services every Sunday at 11am and 6:30pm, as well as a vibrant Sunday School for children at 3pm. There’s also an exciting children’s club Fridays at 5:30pm. Free English classes are held every Friday morning at 10am and 12:30pm, and our weekly prayer meeting is on Wednesday at 7pm. In all our meetings, we teach and preach the powerful truth of the Bible as God’s Word!
Pastor Zach Gillit and his wife Ashlie invite you to join us for either of our Sunday services, or any of our other events throughout the week. Also, feel free to pop in and say hello any time you see the doors open! We look forward to getting to know everyone in the community and we hope this church will be a help and encouragement to many in the Brighton and Hove area.