Welcome in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ to the website of Grace Baptist Church, Peel, Isle of Man.
You will find us in Market Street, Peel, Isle of Man - see Map here.
Whatever your background or knowledge of the Christian faith, you are welcome to join us on: -
The Lords Day
Service times: 11am and 6:30pm
We preach Christ and Him Crucified.
Bible Study And Prayer meeting 7:45pm
Refreshments served after every meeting
We use the AV (KJV) Bible and "Grace Hymns" together with a selection of our own favourites.
Children and Youth (Term Time)
Good News Club 4:30 - 5:30
Monday Club 7:00 - 8:30
Grace Tinies 9:15 - 11:00
Sunset Citizens meets from autumn to Spring
All meetings if the Lord wills.
Our Church building from the present back to 1910
As members of Tynwald were arriving for the June 2016 sitting of the Isle of Man parliament a witness team from Grace Baptist Church Peel had the responsibility of warning about the deception of abortion. Many were spoken to or took a leaflet. A group campaigning for a further weakening of the Isle of Man law was also present. Pastor Glenn Walters was interviewed by MtTV. The video is on the Manx.net website. Leaflets were handed out, PDF copy here, this is part of the wording:
"God's Law commands us to love our neighbours as ourselves. Abortion is a failure to love mothers and their unborn children.
We have all broken God's Law. We are sinners who deserve His punishment.
God showed His love for sinners by giving His Son, Jesus, to be punished in their place. He forgives all who repent and believe this Good News."
Other Pro-Life demonstrators were also present.
We are a small fellowship of the Lord's people living on a small Island, but, in the grace of God we have been able to help with work in India. The Grace Third World Fund website is the place to learn about the practical help and relief. GTWF is an independent charity, based in the Isle of Man, originally started following the visit of our late Pastor Matthew Else to India. The work of Grace Third World fund continues today.
Our Church Secretary has written this article about the Church Plant In India.
We give thanks to God for the works in the great land of India.