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New regional minister at CBA

Colin Pye will be the new Regional Minister at the Central Baptist Association, filling the position made vacant following the induction of Helen Wordsworth as CEO of Parish Nursing Ministries UK in 2013


Colin PyeColin had been part of the CBA Regional Ministry team for one day a week, as well as minister at Little Kingshill Baptist Church in Bucks.

The appointment was made unanimously after an interview process involving three other candidates, endorsed by the CBA Council and ratified by the Assembly on 14 June, said moderator Graham Clarke.

He added, ‘Although Colin has been part of the Regional Ministry Team on  a one day a week basis for a long time, the CBA is looking forward to Colin working among us across the broader scope of the Association's life, impacting on m any more churches with his gifts and skills.’

Colin, whose new role begins on 1 September, said, ‘I am thrilled to have been invited to be the new Regional minister for the CBA and excited to see how this new role will develop over the coming months and years. 

‘Having a long history with the Buckinghamshire Forum (one of five forums in the CBA) I am looking forward to getting to know the wider association, and trust that we as a team will be effective in encouraging our strapline, namely  ‘walking together in ministry & mission’.’ 

Baptist Times, 20/06/2014

 
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