The Red Brick Church
We are a caring and joyful congregation where you will feel the Spirit and presence of God.
Connecting people to people and people to God is at the core of all that we do.
We function autonomously and maintain the rights of our membership to govern our own affairs according to our By-Laws, independent of denominational control. Recognizing the benefits and joy of cooperation with other churches and Christian organizations in world missions and otherwise, The Red Brick Church classifies itself as “Interdenominational.”
We also honor our church’s heritage by maintaining a historical affiliation with the American Baptist Churches of NH/VT. This church may voluntarily affiliate with any Christian church or Christian organization of like precious faith.
How to Find Us
We are located in downtown Exeter, New Hampshire on the corner of Front Street (Route 111) and Spring Street, diagonally across from the Exeter Post Office and next to the Exeter Historical Society and the campus of Phillips Exeter Academy. Our address is 2 Spring Street Exeter NH 03833. Click here for Google Maps directions. Go to I’M NEW
New Interim Pastor Joins The Red Brick Church
The Red Brick Church in Exeter welcomes Rev. Dr. Lillian J. Buckley as their Interim Pastor beginning October 1, 2016.
A native of Kittery, Maine, Pastor Buckley has a rich background, having earned her Master of Divinity at Harvard University and her Doctor of Ministry from Gordon Cornwell Seminary. In addition to serving as interim pastor of two other churches, she was Sr. Pastor of Bow Lake Freewill Baptist Church for 15 years—simultaneously serving as a Postmaster for 31 years. She is currently Interim Director of the American Baptist Church’s Institute for Learning.
Pastor Buckley looks forward to connecting with community groups in Exeter and is already a member of the Racial Unity Team Exeter. She is a gifted artist and musician who brings music to life in her ministry.
The public is invited to attend an Installation Service for Pastor Buckley, to be held on Sunday, October 2, at 10:00 a.m. at The Red Brick Church, located at 2 Spring Street in Exeter. A welcome reception will follow in the church’s community center.