You can now access our Pastor and Chapels database. This is an ongoing project and we welcome your comments. You can inform us of additions and corrections from the database search page. If you have any general feedback please contact the webmaster.
You can access our Library Catalogue here. This now contains the majority of our stock including biographies and chapel histories.
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Strict Baptist Open Air Mission - Picture GalleryVisit our new Picture Gallery and kearn about the Strict Baptist Open Air Mission.
Selected biographiesWe have commenced a series of short introductions to some notable Baptists.
Download our information leaflet or read more about who we are.
We have a complete list of all our past annual lectures which commenced in 1971. Details are given of those that are available in print.
We recommend that you read this article first.
Some of our
by Geoffrey Breed
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The Strict Baptist Chapels
of Suffolk and Norfolk
by Tim Grass
'Two centuries of Grace'
by Andreww D Jones
The revival of Particular
Baptist life in Ireland 1780-1840
by Dr Crawford Gribben
The revival of Particular Baptist life in Ireland
Baptist and Evangelical: Andrew Fuller and The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation
by Dr Peter Morden
Bulletin 38, from our 2011 Annual Lecture
WILLIAM COWPER AND JOHN NEWTON - an unusual friendship
by Kenneth Dix
by Antony Solomon & Graham S. Ward
The Society seeks to issue a Bulletin and a Newsletter each year. The Bulletin contains an article of biographical or historical interest and the Newsletter contains details of the Society's work together with any requests for information. Both publications are sent to members.
Full details of the contents of all our annual Bulletins, see the Guide to the Bulletins
We have many more publications available on our publications page
Advice on records ...
Maybe you are just thinking about starting your own project or have been working on it for some time, we hope you will find some useful tips here.
People’s memories are a valuable historical resource. Oral history can give an alternative view to the written record and often fills out the picture with the view ‘from the pew’. Would you like to know more or can you help us?
Can you help us?
We are always interested to hear of new histories that are being published relating to Strict and Particular Baptist chapels. If you have any details please contact our Librarian.
Membership is open to any who are in sympathy with the aims and the work of the Society, and who wish to further interest in Strict Baptist and non-conformist history. Please also see our rules for clarification of how we operate.
A public lecture on an historical subject is given (God willing) after the Annual Business meeting, which is normally held in the Spring.
We provide on this site a selection of articles of interest to members and prospective members.
The Society's Library is in the Dunstable Baptist Chapel and most of the books are available for loan to members. Those wishing to use the Library should apply to the Librarian.
The Librarian is always glad to hear from those having books, magazines and papers for disposal which might form suitable additions to the stock.
The Society also retains a considerable number of old church books, and other documents of historical interest. A list is available and anyone wishing to use them for research should contact the Librarian in the first instance. They are also prepared to help with enquiries and problems concerning denominational records.