central talk Spring 2015
The Home Mission funded church at London Colney has recently become the distribution point for a food bank which is a satellite branch from the FEED Food Bank run by St Alban’s Vineyard Church. The LCBC Food Bank is run by volunteers from the Churches Together in London Colney project and is co-ordinated by the […]
Stephen Willis Stephen Willis cannot remember a time when Jesus Christ was not a central part of his life. He ‘wrote’ his first sermon when he was 11 and was a regular local preacher on the local Methodist circuit at 14. This relationship with Christ became more personal and vital when he left home and joined […]
takes you on a creative and reflective journey looking at the need for new ways of being church.
Dear friends Welcome to another of the CBA’s regular e-mails. Best wishes for a joyful celebration of Christmas and a prayer of blessing various outreach events in our communities to touch the lives of those who attend. Geoff, Stephen, Colin, & Graham CBA Regional Team BRIDGEBUILDERS TRANSFORMING CHURCH CONFLICT. This acclaimed course is designed […]
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Report from the 2014 November meeting of the Baptist Union Council* What has the Baptist Union got to do with us? As members of local Baptist churches most of us only have any real contact with the wider Baptist church when a minister leaves and we need to look for a new one – and […]
Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Northampton launches debt counselling centre – click on text
ASSOCIATION COUNCIL ELECTION Nominations are open for the vacant positions on the Association council beginning June 2015. Please refer to the information already circulated to church secretaries or contact Stephen Copson. Deadline for nominations is December 15th 2014.
At a wonderful service at Mount Pleasant Baptist church, Northampton, the Rev Colin was inducted in his new role as Regional Minister of the Central Baptist Association. The Rev Paul Lavender led a packed church in worship, among whom were a number of Ecumenical colleagues, a coach load from Colin’s previous church at Little Kingshill, […]