Category Archives: Baptist churches

27 Sep
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Pause for Hope Service

THURSDAY 25th October 2018 7pm Renfield St Stephen’s Church of Scotland 260 Bath St Glasgow G2 4JP An Ecumenical Service to bring together in prayer those affected by all forms of cancer, their loved ones and carers To remember those ...

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27 Sep
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Canonisation of Oscar Romero

An Ecumenical Evening Service of Thanksgiving for the Witness of Archbishop Oscar Romero 1917-1980 Óscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez was a prelate of the Catholic Church in El Salvador, who served as the fourth Archbishop of San Salvador. He spoke ...

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22 Sep
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New Convenor for Baptist Union of Scotland

The Council of the Baptist Union of Scotland is delighted to announce the appointment of the 3rd Convenor of the Baptist Union of Scotland, Rev Frances Bloomfield. Frances will be commissioned to the post at our annual Assembly on Friday ...

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04 Feb
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Churches call for more funding to help people in and around Syria

Four major UK Churches have called on governments to provide substantial new funding to alleviate the suffering of the people of Syria including refugees in the neighbouring countries of Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan. The call from the Baptist Union of ...

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23 Dec
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Baptist Union of Scotland: Invitation to a journey

It was some ‘Invitation to a journey.’ “The Lord is with you … Do not be afraid, Mary.” So began the journey that would change her life and the world, writes Rev Alan Donaldson, General Director of the Baptist Union ...

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07 Oct
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October 2015 edition of the Baptist Union of Scotland’s ‘Connect’ magazine

“Martin Hodson in his editorial introduces himself as our new Ministry Development Coordinator. He replaces John Greenshield, who retires after 40 years of ministry. “It’s a big month for us as our Assembly takes place at the end of October. ...

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Rev Ruth Gee
05 Sep
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Lament for Aylan

Aylan Kurdi, aged 3, from Kobani was washed up on a Turkish beach near Bodrum in September 2015.  He was just one of thousands fleeing for safety from Syria and other parts of the world. The local fisherman who discovered ...

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23 May
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‘Mutual cooperation, not mutual destruction’ say Churches

An unprecedented 107 nations have signed a pledge to “stigmatise, prohibit and eliminate nuclear weapons in light of their unacceptable humanitarian consequences and associated risks” at the Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear ...

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