Children who receive free school meals haven’t gone hungry when the schools closed for the summer. Thanks to the Baptist Churches in Huddersfield between 60 and 70 kids were given a hot meal at lunchtime – every day. And they’re served by an award winning cook.
Listen to Baptist Voice for September to hear the full story.
Baptist voice this month suggests, in the light of events in France, a calm and vigilant approach to church security and the BU steering group calls for all our churches to become Beacons of Hope. Our young people’s correspondent is looking into opportunites for volunteering overseas.
This month we feature denominational response to the EU Referendum; celebrate student success at our Scottish College; Dave Bibrough talks about his life in Christian Music and sings for us; and we learn about the intricate details of the Elephant Pump.
Baptist Voice May 2016 – all the usual features – news from the colleges, the Baptist Union and BMS Worldwide. Discover how two BMS workers ran a marathon from STRAT to finish and hear about a toilet hippo.
News from the colleges, the regions, Baptist Union and BMS Worldwide + you can find out why one group wants two thousand and sixteen cup cakes for their event.
Including the Easter Story in words and song.
Baptist Voice for February 2016. News from the churches including BMS World Mission and an eye-witness account of the Nepali earthquake and your chance to try ‘Shapenote Singing’.
All the usual news features plus the whole Christmas Story in 3 acts.
Baptists help found the National Refugee Resettlement Board.
Baptist Minister Rev Sam King descrides the conditions at the refugee camp in Calais as ‘Diabolical’.
Monksthorpe Baptist Chapel opened in 1701 – they invite everyone to join them for their annual carol service.