Gorse Hill Baptist Church

Gorse Hill Baptist Church is a vibrant church in the heart of Swindon made up of a diverse range of people from all across the town and surrounding areas. Our mission is knowing God to make Him know. This gives us a passion to deepen our relationship with God and to tell others of His love. This podcast includes sermons from Steve Robinson and others preaching at our church. If you enjoy our podcast, visit ghbc.org.uk to learn more about us.

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