Baptist Voice November 2019

The Talking Newspaper for UK Baptists with sight loss

A report says that 18 to 30 year olds who attend church are more optimistic about the future than those who don’t.
Celebrating 100 years women’s ministry in the Baptist Church – The Centenary Enabler has been named.
The European Baptist Federation have expressed concern about the decline in religious freedom – for the 5th time in 12 years.
There are suggestions for ethical items to put on your Christmas list and for the first time we review a photographic completion !

Baptist Voice October 2019

The talking Newspaper for UK Baptists with sight loss
Christian Aid tell us that the floods in Bangladesh are worse than ever and the plight of the people in Idlib is dire.
The Baptist Union announce the appointment of a ministerial development adviser.
We celebrate the initiative of Bible Society and the production of Dyselexia friendly bibles.
All the usual features are present including a word from Stephen our chaplain

Baptist Voice February 2019

The latest talking newspaper for Baptists with sight loss is now up on line. As well as the usual features we’ve news of a timely intervention that has more than halved the defecit in the Baptist Pension Scheme. Baptists have joined other faith leaders in urging the government to move away from the hostile environment that greets those seeking sanctuary in the UK. …and we have news of a new series of Firestarter events encouraging growth in our churches.


Baptist Voice Deecmber 2018 – Christmas Edition

The latest edition of Baptist Voice, the talking newspaper is now up on line. It’s our Christmas Special.
All the usual features are there to keep you up to date with happenings in the Baptist family plus this time a couple of special guests sharing their thoughts on Christmas and to round things off our own mini carol service.
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Baptist Voice November 2018

This is the November edition of Baptist Voice the talking newspaper for UK Baptists with sight loss.
In this edition Baptist Leaders call for the Government’s Universal Credit system to be put on hold until all the problems have been ironed out.
We hear about a scheme to teach the gospel by playing football and how one church’s football ended up on a German Island in the North Sea.
Brave mission workers from BMS World Mission experience (of all things) floods and torrential rain whilst crossing the Sahara Desert and another missioner has made the red light district of Bankok her mission field.