Here, you will find resources and links to help you discover more about Baptists and their story.
Here is a timeline to set events in context
Many local Baptist churches have produced their own histories. These can be rich sources of story and tradition, and can help you to understand where Baptists have come from, how they have related to others, and who they are today.
If you are researching your family history, you may find it useful to understand how Baptists keep records and what sort of things they record.
Baptists in the UK are not only individual communities, but relate through associations and through the Baptist Union of Great Britain. All of these organisations have their own histories.
There are also resources for understanding this history of the movement a whole.
Click here to find out where obituaries are held
Here are some links to other sites that might be helpful.
Tha Angus Library – the Baptist archive for BUGB
Centre for Baptist History and Heritage, based at Regent’s Park College, Oxford.
Baptist Union of Great Britain
The International Baptist Theological Study Centre
The European Baptist Federation
Baptist World Alliance Heritage and Identity Commission