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BT Round-up APril 2021Baptist Times News Round-up - April 2021

Welcome to the April Baptist Times News Round-up, which features the usual mix of stories and opinion pieces published on the website in recent days and weeks. This month's offerings feature news of a church service marking the anniversary of the murder of George Floyd; the response of the recently formed Racial Justice Advocacy Forum to the Government's report on race relations, and information about a new book that aims to equip Baptist ministers to preach in an intercultural congregation.

In addition to these pieces we also carry a list of job vacancies on the website, a list which now includes some of the key leadership roles across Baptists Together: it can be found here

With all good wishes for you at this time,

Paul Hobson
Faith and Society Editor/Writer

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The latest events, resources and news for Baptist churches
A range of news and opinion from across Baptists Together in the form of stories, blogs, features, reviews, baptisms, death notices and obituaries
A response to the Government's recent report on race relations in the UK has been issued by the Racial Justice Advocacy Forum
Baptists have discerned that the Revd Hayley Young, Regional Minister: Mission Enabler for the South Wales Baptist Association (SWaBA), will be our President 2022-23.
Today (Wednesday, 24 March) Baptist Union Council members overwhelmingly passed a divestment resolution with a 98.5 per cent majority.
The TLG Emotional Rollercoaster resource will be coming to all our regional associations