Baptist Times News Round-up - January 2022
Welcome to the November Baptist Times News Round-up, which features the usual mix of stories, opinion pieces and features. In addition, we have a couple of extra notices we'd like to share with you:
Baptist Assembly 2022 - pre-registrations open
Coming back together - Baptist Assembly 2022. Next 14-15 May we will be gathering in person at Bournemouth to hear what God is saying to us as a movement with many creative connecting and conversation spaces.
Following the huge success of our online Assembly this year, we will also be broadcasting live our main sessions on YouTube. Pre-register today and you will receive a discount code before tickets go on sale in the New Year www.baptistassembly.org.uk
Church Healthcheck is our new web-based self-assessment tool for churches to review their operating practices. It will help ensure you are meeting your obligations and have the key things in place to enable you to be successful in your local mission.
To get started just go to www.churchhealthcheck.org and follow the instructions.
Baptists Together magazine
The spring edition is now available - and all articles can be found on our website too.
With all good wishes,
Faith and Society Editor/Writer
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