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Most read church stories 2019 

An insight into the impact of a toddler group on the life and mission of a church, an account of how a church welcomed a young lady with additional needs into membership, and how a Baptist church is responding to a high profile housing development on its doorstep were among the most read church stories in The Baptist Times in 2019

Church stories

1 Little Fish at Warley Baptist Church
Minister Pete Spence reflects on why toddler groups are vital to the life and growth of the Kingdom of God
2 'Welcomed beautifully into membership'
A membership service with a difference took place in Huddersfield for a young lady with additional needs

3 A Grand Design for mission
How a Baptist church is responding to a high profile housing development on its doorstep
4 Baptist minister breaks bus record
Chris Matthewman travels from Land’s End to John O’Groats using local bus services in record time

5 'A great guy who loved his Lord'
Tributes have been paid to Baptist youth and children’s pastor Bob Morris, who has died

6 A practical response to homelessness
A Baptist church member who wants every street homeless person in the UK to have access to food and shelter is stepping up his campaign

7 'God’s been here, and he has provided'
With faith, joy and unity, the congregation of a small Baptist church in rural South Norfolk has overcome the enormous financial and practical challenge of rebuilding their chapel after it was found to be at serious risk of falling down

8 Twenty pence at the book shack
A Baptist church has created a thriving book exchange which has become a ‘great community asset’

9 Award for project with Baptist roots
Emerge trains Christian volunteers to support young people attending hospital as a result of self-harm

10 An eco journey at Christchurch Baptist Church
In 2016 the Dorset church set up a small Creation Care Team. Meg Brockway explains what's happened since


Baptist Times, 16/12/2019
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Examples of how Home Mission funds are being used in the Heart of England Baptist Association
Castle Hill Baptist Church in Warwick welcomed hundreds of spectators and officials with refreshments and bacon baps during the Commonwealth Games cycle road races
Balloon shot putt and paper-plate discus were among the events as Alvechurch Baptist Church hosted a multi-event team challenge night, Andy Parker reports
Alvechurch Baptist Church this year felt able to invite the village community to take part in a Scarecrow nativity in aid of Primrose Hospice in Bromsgrove
Our latest Baptist Insurance grant feature highlights its role in supporting a salary for returning congregation member Kathryn Alvis to renew Glebe Farm Baptist Church
Since the start of August 2021, Warley Baptist Church in Oldbury has been actively involved in supporting food.gives, the international Christian food bank - an initiative of Barnabas Fund which shares food with hungry believers around the world
Darren Bovis-Coulter gives an insight into how a small church is attempting to bring everyone along as it emerges from the restrictions of the pandemic
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