Underhill Baptist Church

Elton Avenue,



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We have good wheelchair/ramp access at the Church, with a handrail from the street up to the Church. Wheelchairs can then come in through the side door . There is nothing we can do about the slope of the street which is difficult for unloading but the suggestion is to park higher up the street and come down to the Church.

We have a “Loop” System; if you have a Hearing Aid, please turn it to the “T” position.

At the moment, our toilet at the front of the Church has Disabled Facilities but limited access for a Wheelchair

About us:

We believe in the importance of following the teaching of God’s word - the Bible, the value of believing prayer, and trust in the power of God’s Holy Spirit working in us to do much more than we can ever ask for, or even think of.

In an ever changing world we are challenged to find ways of expressing our Christian faith in ways that can bring transformation and hope within our local community.

Where possible we try to work together with other local Christian Churches responding, as God inspires us, to the needs we see around us. We are members of  Churches Together for Chipping Barnet who support projects such as a Winter Night Shelter, Christians against Poverty (CAP) and events where we can witness together.

Hope Corner Community Centre & Cafe, managed by Barnet Churches, is less than half a mile from us. This local hub enables us to meet many different people in the week, build relationships, live out and share our faith.

Underhill Baptist Church is also a member of the
London Baptist Association (LBA)

 and the wider group of Baptists Together (Baptist Union)

What makes a Baptist Church different

Underhill Baptist Church has been a worshipping community in Elton Avenue since 1936, planted in response to the need for a Christian church in the developing residential area at the bottom of Barnet hill. The church has continued to be a witness to God’s grace and faithfulness in Barnet for over 80 years.

Our aim is to be a welcoming and caring Christian family helping people to grow in faith and enabling them to share the good news about Jesus. We enjoy being a multi-cultural, multi-age church who worship & learn together.

Hope Corner Community Centre