Good Friday, 2020

This event has been postponed until Good Friday in 2021.

On Good Friday (10th April, 2020) a passion play called One Good Friday will be performed in Parade Gardens (by the river, opposite the east end of the Abbey).

One Good Friday lasts 90 minutes and will be performed twice, starting at 12:00pm and 3:30pm. Admission is free.

A HOTS Bath team will be present.

2020 Season

HOTS Bath’s 12th season on the streets will begin on 10th March 2020. If our usual spot isn’t available (due to Abbey renovations) we will find somewhere nearby.

We will be out each week on a mix of Tuesdays and Thursdays, between 11:30am and 1:30pm, until we vacate the South Square in November in order to make way for Bath Christmas Market.

Details of the dates we are out on the square can be found on our Where/When page.

Training Weekend with Mark Marx

We are pleased to announce that Mark Marx will be in Bath to run a HOTS Training Course on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th April.

HOTS was started by Mark Marx of Causeway Vineyard Church in Coleraine, Northern Ireland, and he has helped establish HOTS teams all over the UK and in other parts of the world. Over two days, Friday 26th (evening) and Saturday 27th April, Mark will be running a HOTS training course in Bath. The cost is £40 per person for the 1½ day course. Anyone who would like to join is most welcome. The only pre-qualification is that you have given your life to Jesus and have been baptized with His Holy Spirit.

We know that many Christians pray for healing for others in their Churches and in their homes. The purpose of the course is to offer training for praying for people you know nothing about and doing so publically, out on the streets.

If you would like to come on the training course then please contact us via our training request form.

If you would like to join the HOTS Bath team then please contact us via our join the team form. Most team members come out for 2 sessions per month, some just once, others more often – no rules!

Under New Management

Some changes have taken place between HOTS Bath closing for the winter in November 2018 and reopening in the spring of 2019.

Firstly, Bronwyn & Steve Oborne have handed over the leadership of HOTS Bath to Dorian Baker. So, a big THANK YOU to Bronwyn & Steve for leading HOTS Bath for the last 3 years. And may God’s blessing be on Dorian as he takes HOTS Bath through its next season.

In conjunction with the above changes, on 1st March 2019 the registered charity Healing On The Streets Bath (Charity Registration Number 113098) has been closed and removed from the Charity Commission’s Central Register of Charities. HOTS Bath has joined the International HOTS network which operates under the auspices of HOTS Coleraine in Northern Ireland.

Despite these changes, this year’s HOTS Bath team will be made up of the same people who have served faithfully in the past. However, we do hope to add to our number as the year progresses.