This challenge was delivered on Saturday, 1 September 2012, for the Waddesdon Hill commemorative service. It was repeated the following day for the Baptist church on Kensington Place. The origins of a restricted communion table and a restricted atonement are traced to a principle highlighted in Genesis 14.
Pastor Kevin Price, of Zoar Particular Baptist Chapel, Bradford, prizes the distinct values embraced by historic Strict/Particular Baptist churches. It is his desire to honour that witness by holding special services in chapels that once served as meeting houses for those congregations. As a Contributor to the Association of Historic Baptists, Kevin is now arranging these services under the auspices of the AHB. The next service will be held at Waddesdon Hill Strict/Particular Baptist Chapel, on Saturday, 1 September, at 2:30pm.
In 1792, Francis Cox, a local farmer and dedicated Christian, built a chapel at his own expense for the purpose of divine worship. This he did . . .