Tribute to David Pawson

Please see below for Kim Tan’s tribute to David Pawson, former minister at Millmead from 1968-1981, who passed away on 21st May 2020.

COVID-19 Update

There will be no public services at Millmead for the time being – instead, we will be live-streaming our services, so please do join us online!

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Sunday Mornings

You are very welcome to join us for our Sunday morning services. There will be musical worship, times of prayer, an all-age talk and a sermon. Once a month, we also have communion.

During the service, children up to age 18 can leave for their different groups (depending on their ages) to spend time together learning about God, with games and activities.

Whilst our building project is taking place, we are holding our morning services at Christ’s College on Larch Avenue. We are thankful for the provision of this space until we move back into the Millmead Centre.

10am – 11.40am

Christ’s College

Larch Ave



Sunday Evenings

You are also very welcome to join us for Sunday evening services. There will be musical worship, times of prayer and a sermon. Once a month, we also have communion.

6.30pm – 8.15pm

Riverside Rooms

Guildford Baptist Church



Worship at Millmead


Worship is truly expressed by lives in reverence, submission and service to God. It’s a 24/7 response. Yet what we do on Sundays is important. As the Church gathers, God is present by His Spirit, ministering His grace through the praying, singing, reading of Scripture, preaching, exercise of spiritual gifts, Communion and other aspects of corporate worship.


Our services are informal and relaxed, and we don’t follow a set liturgical pattern, yet we try to be thoughtful and intentional about the things we do. Singing, praying, reading of Scripture and preaching all feature prominently. We have Communion twice a month—once in the morning and once in the evening—and hold regular baptism services. On Sunday mornings we spend time worshipping together as a whole Church family before the children and young people go to their separate groups. Musical worship is generally band-led and a mixture of hymns and contemporary songs.