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Most popular regional news stories in 2017

Cafés and pubs; cancer, courage and compassion; and two Baptist ministers marrying - these were the most read regional news stories of 2017


“We’re not a café church. We are church”
The Table, Cardiff: the story of how a Baptist church dispensed with its Sunday gathering to do church in a new way
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Hope rises from cancer despair
Cancer-stricken Baptist minister experiences burst of creativity resulting in a series of songs about God and faith
Andrew Gardiner223

Baptist church on Songs of Praise
A Baptist church whose minister has cancer was featured on Songs of Praise
Andre Gardiner Songs of Praise

Cirencester church opens new building  
A bumper crowd was in attendance to mark the official opening of the new Cirencester Baptist Church building
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Two Baptist ministers marry in Cardiff
And 19 more ministers in attendance as the two Revds tie the knot
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Presidency for science loving minister
David Gregory - or Dr Dave who runs a Messy Science Lab - will be our Union's President in 2018-19
Dave Gregory at CRE223

Baptist minister to open micropub
St Canna's will be a meeting point for people in the community and the "diametric opposite” of “plastic” chain pubs
James Karran223

The Turning - first annual review
Organisers of a street mission which began in Reading and became known as The Turning have revealed that more than 7000 people in the UK have responded to the gospel in the last year
The Turning223

‘Quiet, strong, courageous faith’
Tributes have been paid to the Revd Barbara Stanford MBE, a longtime minister at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, who has died aged 81
Barbara Stanford223

'The time for compassion had come'
Why Baptists in Manchester built a hostel for marginalised foreign students instead of a new church
Linton House223
Baptist Times, 26/12/2017
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Examples of how Home Mission funds are being used in the South Wales Baptist Association
Hengoed Baptist Church in Caerphilly receives a National Churches Trust grant to better serve its local community
Rosa Hunt and Ed Kaneen will serve as Co-Principals from September next year, succeeding Peter Stevenson
Churches in Cardiff gathered together for a unique programme of fund-raising activities over a weekend
How Gilgal Baptist Church provided a thought-provoking presence in its town's Elvis festival
Examples of how Home Mission funds are being used in the South Wales Baptist Association
A £800,000 scheme to help improve community facilities in Newbridge, Caerphilly has completed
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