The mission of Bath Citadel is built on the core values of Christlikeness, inclusiveness and integrity.
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10.30 am Morning worship - where all are welcome
A time of fellowship, biblical teaching, prayer and worship for all ages.
Young children present can leave at c.11.15am for Kid's Church.
Tea and coffee available afterwards
11.15am Kid's Church
For all children aged 3-13. Exploring the Bible through fun activities, games and song. The young people are divided into groups according to their ages.
6.00pm 'Young Adults' Group Bible Study
A good time of sharing together and considering a passage from the Bible. Come and see for yourself!
Anyone who wants to enquire about our work in the community, or to enquire about facilities hire, please contact the Citadel - either at our centre, or by email - firstname.lastname@example.org , or by telephone - 01225 400082. Our new community centre manager, Allison Oakden, will be glad to help you.
Sally Ann's Café
Open to all
A friendly community café, serving hot and cold drinks, snacks, breakfast items and light lunches - all at reasonable prices. For instance, the Full English Breakfast, including tea or coffee, at only £4.00 all in, is a particularly favourite item! Pop in and see us!
Mondays to Fridays 9.30 am - 2 pm. (Hot food served 10.00 - 1.30pm, Mon - Fri. Student discount on production of your students card.)
Saturdays 10 am -12 noon
Main Hall open for quiet prayer 12noon - 2pm
CAMEO (Come and Meet Each Other) 2:00pm
Main Hall open for quiet prayer 12noon - 2pm [most Wednesdays]
Citadel Bible Study Group 1.30pm [fortnightly]
Freshford Bible Study Group 7.30 for 8.00pm [fortnightly]
Toddlers & Co. 10:00am
Band Rehearsal 8:00pm
Lunch Club 12:30pm
Computer Club 2.00pm (most Fridays)
Bath has two large universities and a warm welcome awaits all students at Bath Citadel
As well as sharing in our usual activities, our present students and other 'young adults' meet for a Group Bible Study every Sunday, 6.00pm. You are welcome to come and join in!
So, if you are excited about making some great friends and interested in getting to know some more about God, Bath Citadel Salvation Army is the place to be!
Also, Sally Ann's Café gives a discount on production of your students card!
We can't wait to meet you.
For further information on our programme contact Beth 07989 324963.
- Sun 24th Morning Worship 10.30am led by Major Mark Sellers from Bristol Easton
- Mon 25th 7.45pm Divisional Singing Group
- Mon 2nd 7.30pm Corps Council Meeting
The Salvation Army in Bath is ideally located a short five minutes walk from Bath city centre, and approximately 15 minutes walk from Bath Spa railway station. We have a number of rooms in our hall that are available for hire, including our main hall.
The Main Hall can seat approximately 150 people, and provides an ideal setting for conferences and large meetings. One thing you won’t find at the Salvation Army in Bath are pews – you are able to adjust the seating to match your requirements, so let us know what you’re trying to achieve and we will do our best to accommodate you. We can also provide microphones, projector and additional multimedia capabilities should you require it.
The Upper Hall provides seating for around 60 people in a light and airy room, along with kitchen facilities should you need to provide refreshments.
The Small Group Room provides the perfect space for an informal meeting, with up to 12 participants. It is a bright room with relaxed seating, located on the first floor of our building.
The Basement Hall provides seating for around 60 people, along with some kitchen facilities that can be used to serve light refreshments.
For any booking enquiries or questions please call our Community Centre Manager, Allison Oakden, at the Citadel or by tel:01225 400082, or email: email@example.com
Car Parking facilities nearby include Charlotte Street Long Stay Car Park (approx. 5 minutes walk), Kingsmead Square Car Park (approx. 3 minutes walk) and Avon Street Car Park (approx. 10 minutes walk).
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