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Baptist Assembly 2015 

Reports, photos, blogs and tweets from the 2015 Baptist Assembly in Peterborough

Living Stones



Baptist Assembly 2015 opens

President Jenni Entrican's address

iOpener Prayer Session - Led by the young people in the Innovation programme

It all starts with God - Closing Celebration

Baptist Union Market Place sessions (including AGM)

The BMS World Mission AGM

Communion in community - The Big Picnic

What sort of ministry matters? - the Market Place session introducing the Ministries Review Ignite

Children at the Baptist Assembly

Inspiring stories - BMS World Mission staff shared three ways BMS is transforming lives around the world

Politics, and staying involved - The recent resource “Love Your Neighbour – Think Pray Vote” caught the imagination. Phil Jump reflects on where the church might go next following the Public Issues Market Place session

Market Place: Word and World

Market Place: 21st Century Disciples   

Market Place: Mission and Ministry


Baptist Assembly 2015 - a Baptist Union Flickr album

Blogs on the Assembly 

Small (Baptist) World - Catriona Gorton
BUGB / BMS Baptist Assembly 2015 - Neil Brighton 


#bap15 - your tweets

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The Baptist Historical Society awards a grant of £2000 to the Angus Library for the digitisation of early records from important Baptist churches
Recognising the contribution she has made to Baptist and ecumenical life, Myra Blyth has become the first female British Baptist minister to receive a festschrift – a set of essays in her honour
Research reveals nearly a quarter of churches see drop in contact with children and young people during lockdown, alongside creative use of the online space to connect
A charity founded by Christians which brings individuals with and without learning disabilities together has won an award from the Archbishop of Canterbury
A new telephone befriending tool which launched in lockdown is already being used by a number of churches around the country
The Baptist Historical Society has taken a key initiative to engage in online webinars during 2020 themed “Uncovering Baptist Stories”
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