Visit Long Hill Baptist Church on Middlebrooks Avenue in Trumbull.
We're a Smaller, More Traditional Church With a Big Heart!
About the Easter season at Long Hill Baptist Church:
From March 13 through April 21 (Easter Sunday), our sermon series deals with the meaning of the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus;
Our services include traditional hymn-singing and a sermon that will provide Biblical answers to important questions;
Here, people learn what it means to have a saving relationship with Jesus Christ. And believers grow in their faith;
What's it like here? Click to see photos.
When: Our Sunday services are held at 11:00 AM and 6:00 PM. We also offer Sunday morning Bible classes at 10:00. And we meet for prayer and Bible study on Wednesdays at 6:00 PM.
Where: We're located at 100 Middlebrooks Avenue in Trumbull. Click here for driving directions
Have questions or need a ride? Please call or text Pastor Bob Hammond at 203-543-7456 or send e-mail to Hammond.Robert@gmail.com
We hope to meet you this Sunday!
What if I didn’t grow up in a Baptist church. It’s ok! (Most of us didn’t either!) We understand that many people aren’t sure what to expect when they get invited to visit a Baptist church. Here’s a few details to help you know what to expect.
At Long Hill Baptist Church, we're more about faith than formality. We appreciate tradition – but we’re more interested in helping people understand the Bible and the cross;
Here, everyone is welcome - regardless of where you're from or where you live. Our people come from throughout the area. Most of our members and visitors live in Bridgeport, Trumbull or Shelton. Others travel from the New Haven area. Some of us are professional people. Others work in the trades, retail and manufacturing. Some are students. Others are retirees. Many of us are from New England. Others come from around the world.
Our church services are fairly traditional – there’s no loud music or flashy lighting here. We sing traditional hymns such as Amazing Grace, How Great Thou Art, and Blessed Assurance. Our musical instruments include piano and sometimes acoustic guitar;
Visitors don’t need to give an offering unless they desire;
We take care not to embarrass visitors in any way. We won’t call you out and we don’t have a “handshake time.” That said, you will find our members to be welcoming and friendly;
Our morning services begin at 11:00 and usually end around 12:15. We sing several hymns and the pastor preaches a practical message from the Bible. The pastor teaches people to understand what the Bible says and how it applies to our lives;
Christ is at the center of all that we do. We want people to understand why faith in Christ matters so much;
We can offer a ride to church if needed. Our church van picks people up throughout the greater Bridgeport area. Call for a ride at 203-268-5104.
Please consider attending an upcoming service. Our services are held on Sundays at 11:00 AM and 6:00 PM. We also have Bible study (for all ages) on Sundays at 10:00 AM and Wednesdays at 7:00 PM.
Feel free to call ore-mail our pastor with any questions. His information is below.
Pastor Robert Hammond
Call or text Pastor Hammond at 203-543-7456
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