Welcome to
Hyde Street Chapel

Full details of our City centre location are 
available if you follow the link entitled 
"How to Find Us"
We are an Independent Reformed Baptist Church 
in the heart of the City of Winchester, 
Hampshire, the ancient capital of England.

The Chapel was founded in 1874 as the 
"Misses Perks Memorial Mission".

Christians seeking a faithful expository Bible ministry will find it at our services, where the preaching of God's Word is central to our worship. Those seeking to find out more will not be disappointed either, for 
‘faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God.’ 
(Romans 10:17)
Services at Hyde Street in Winchester are cancelled until further notice.
This is to safeguard the well-being of members and visitors alike, and is in line with Government directives.
The Apostle Paul says in Romans 13:1 'Let every soul be subject to the governing authorities' and at present the government's instruction is to stay at home and not to hold gatherings in public places of worship. 
BUT, the good news is that we are still meeting as a church online!
All are welcome. If you'd like to join us please contact Mike via the Contact button below.
Video recordings of all Services are now available on the HSC Youtube channel:

This week at Hyde Street Chapel: 

All on-premises meetings are cancelled until further notice (see above COVID-19 update)

For the latest information on online Sunday School classes please visit us on Facebook:

              Our text for 2020

"Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever."
 Hebrews 13:8
The Baptist Confession of Faith

As a church we hold to the
1677/89 (Second London) Baptist Confession of Faith.

For more information on our Statement of Faith please go to the page headed "What we believe" under the "About Us" section of this Website.
Click on the link below for the
1689 Baptist Confession of Faith http://www.grace.org.uk/faith/bc1689/1689bc00.html

Inspirational readings from the writings of C H Spurgeon

Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-92) was England's best-known preacher
for most of the second half of the nineteenth century. Spurgeon frequently preached to audiences numbering more than 10,000, all in the days before electronic amplification.
We have RAMP ACCESS for wheelchairs
Please speak to the Church Member at the front door, as the access is behind the chapel
and you will need to be directed. However, please note there are no parking facilities at the rear of the chapel.

Hyde Street Chapel is also fitted with a HEARING LOOP system