Homerton Baptist Church, Hackney East London

News Update - September 2021

  • Moving beyond the pandemic
    In the UK the restrictions on society has been lifted and we venture forward in returning to our normal calendar of events. Check our calender for details of each event and whether they will be in person or online. We will also announce details during our services.

  • AGBC(SE) 150th Anniversary - Saturday 25th September
    We are excited to be hosting the 150th Anniversary for the Association of Grace Baptist Churches (South East). Please email AGBC(SE) Office for further details and registration
    Website: gracebaptists.org

  • Online Broadcasts
    As a church we provide online broadcasts and recorded audio and videos of each service. These services are available via Youtube, Facebook & FaithLife. Click on Online Broacasts for more information.

  • Hiring of Rooms, Halls and Conference Space
    Our church cannot hire out our premises. Please DO NOT contact us directly for such requirements.
    If you would like to hire rooms, halls and conference space please contact HBC Community Centre, which is a voluntary sector organisation that has been established for the purpose of hiring out, maintaining and investing in the building. For more information visit their website homerton.london or our Facebook Page.

Events at Homerton Baptist Church

Accessibility and Inclusion

As a church we have taken all possible steps to ensure that our new premises, not only meets legal requirements on accessibility, provide the best possible access to meet our desire to meet the needs of all users of the new premises. To find out out more about how we can meet your needs please contact info@homerton.church

Jesus said to him, "I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. — Jn 14:6

Introduction to HBC:

We are an independent non-denominational Grace Baptist Church and have been in the area of Homerton, Hackney (East London), since 1817.   We hold to the teachings of the Bible as expressed in the Baptist Confession of Faith 1689 and Baptist Affirmation of Faith 1966.   The church has used the current site since 1962, having previously been sighted in Homerton Row, Hackney.   We view ourselves as very much part of the community and have had the opportunity during the London 2012 Olympic Games to hold a number of community events.

"We have an average weekly attendance of 80+ of which 64% are local residents, 60% are under the age of 35, and 11+ nations are represented."

We extend a warm welcome to local residents, living in Homerton and Hackney as a whole, visitors and holiday makers to join with us for our services each Sunday, and weekday events.  Full details of these are provided under 'Services' in the menu above.


And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near. — Heb 10:24-25
Homerton Baptist Church, Hackney East London
The Above image is the Artists Impression provided during the planning process.
Homerton Baptist Church 1962-2016, Hackney
Our previous church premises was built in 1962, on the same plot of land.

We cater for families, couples and single people providing a warm, friendly, and welcoming family environment.  We are a multi-ethnic congregation with representatives from Africa, Asia, Caribbean, Europe, and South America. We however view ourselves as members of a single family of God. One demonstration of our unity as a family is that in our weekly after church fellowship we celebrate the birthdays that arise in that particular week. So you will most likely get a slice of birthday cake if you come and join us one Sunday.

"Visiting HBC felt like being welcomed into a family"

We are currently in a redevelopment phase and so are meeting with our sister church in Stratford. Please visit our Sunday Services page for more details.

"Services provide a clear and helpful explanation of the Christian Belief"

If you need to find out how to get to us via public or private transport please visit the Contact page, and view the Map provided.