• Sunday Services: Family Bible Class @9am - Morning Service @10am - Evening Service @6:30pm
Welcome to Goodwood Baptist Church: We are a Christ centered and Bible based church that aims to equip our members to live a gospel focused life.

Recent Sermons

Recent Conferences and Seminars

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Pray for the Unreached

Provided by "Joshua Project." Please visit their website for more detailed information by clicking on the "Unreached People of the Fay."

What is Happening This Sunday

09h00:- Sunday School & Family Bible Class Join us as we continue the series “God’s Big Picture”
10h00:- Morning Worship – Pastor Martin Drysdale “Predators in the Pulpit” Text: Various
17h45:- Prayer Meeting – Shane Vidal-Hall
18h30:- Evening Worship – Jaco De Beer (Romans 5:18 - 6:4) “Sin Shall Not Be Your Master (part 1) – Christ Versus Adam”

Coffee/Tea served in the hall after the services

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Church Camp 2017 by Joe Bell

Quote of the Week

“Many things combine to make the present inroad of false doctrine peculiarly dangerous. There is an undeniable zeal in some of the teachers of error: their ‘earnestness’...makes many think they must be right. There is a great appearance of learning and theological knowledge: many fancy that such clever and intellectual men must surely be safe guides...There is a wide-spread desire to appear charitable and liberal-minded: many seem half ashamed of saying that anybody can be in the wrong. There is a quantity of half-truth taught by the modern false teachers: they are incessantly using Scriptural terms and phrases in an unscriptural sense. There is a morbid craving in the public mind for a more sensuous, ceremonial, sensational, showy worship: men are impatient of inward, invisible heartwork. There is a silly readiness in every direction to believe everybody who talks cleverly, lovingly, and earnestly, and a determination to forget that Satan is often ‘transformed into an angel of light.’...There is a wide-spread ‘gullibility’ among professing Christians: every heretic who tells his story plausibly is sure to be believed, and everybody who doubts him is called a persecutor and a narrow-minded man."
(J.C. Ryle)