Baptist Voice October 2017

This month we celebrate the novel ways churches celebrate Baptisms with news of an open air baptism on the village green and a baptism in a barrel.
Lot’s of exciting news from all our churches this autumn – seminars and conferences as well as music and comment.
80 minutes to lift and inspire you.

Baptist Voice September 2017


News from and for the Baptist family in the UK with special reference to those with a visual handicap.
This month – a special note about securing the future for Baptist Voice – we’re under new management.
Stories from the regions and BMS Worldwide plus music plus much more.

Baptist Voice 2017 – July

Baptist Voice The talking newspaper for visually handicapped Baptists in the UK.
All the latest news views and reaction from:
The Baptist Union;
BMS World Mission;
Local Associations;
The Colleges (including the Seminary in Amsterdam);
Youth news and events;
Music reviews;
Tear Fund and Christian Aid.
All in 80 minutes. And it’s free!

Baptist Voice May 2017

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Baptist Voice for May includes a preview of the Annual Assembly; advice on where to get General Election analysis; and the source for a chili and chocolate cake.
PLUS all the usual features news from Baptists together; BMS World Mission; The Baptist Regions and The Colleges.
Anyone with a visual handicap can receive a copy on disc, on tape or on a memory stick. Email Baptistvoice13@gmail.com.

Baptist Voice March 2017

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Share with our chaplain as he speaks about the significance of Lent. As always there’s comprehensive review of news from the Baptist Church in the UK. Plus Regional and National News; College News and Youth news as well as Christian Aid events and a round-up of gospel music new releases and concerts.
80 minutes to share with many Baptists who listen in from USA to Australia.

Baptist Voice February 2017


All the latest news from the associatons and the colleges. Up to the minute news on the Gospel Music scene and reports from The Baptist Union and BMS World Mission. Highlighting Christian Aid and the youth scene and introducing Lucy, a new recruit with a young person’s perspective.