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Thinking about Membership?

September 15th, 2017 by Website Media

We have had several people who wanted to attend the meeting on 20th but couldn’t make the date hence it has been decided to reschedule this to October after the Newcomers Event. A new date will be issued shortly.

Beach Baptisms 16 July

July 21st, 2017 by Laura Wood

On the 16 July we had the pleasure of baptising Jess Latham, Paul and Paula Baker, Andrea Kurucz and Emily Kimbell in the sea at Bournemouth beach. For each of them, being baptised is an outward sign of what has already taken place inside. Being plunged into the water and rising again paints a vivid picture… Read more

New Building Tour 14 July

July 21st, 2017 by Laura Wood

On the 14 July over 150 people were given a tour of the new building in Lansdowne Road. The tours were led by the Iain Lockhart, Ian Johnston and Keith McKay and provided the opportunity to view the latest progress with definition of all the major rooms now clearly visible. Of particular interest was the clear potential of… Read more

Lansdowne Church Camping Weekend 7-9 July

July 20th, 2017 by Laura Wood

Around 117 of us headed out to Wilksworth Farm, near Wimborne, for the weekend. Staying in tents, camper vans, and caravans, we were blessed by amazing weather. After Friday’s set up, we all came together in the evening for hot chocolate before bed. Saturday was very relaxed, making use of the facilities, including swimming, and… Read more

Book Review – Protestants by Alex Ryrie [Collins, 2016, 540pp]

June 30th, 2017 by Brian Butler

This year marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, which began when Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses to the door of Wittenburg Cathedral. There have been at least three new biographies of Luther this year, and this book examines another aspect of that anniversary. Luther opposed the Catholic Church, and out of the conflict… Read more

‘House Music’ (Pentecost Sunday Poem) – Commentary – Joe Winstone

June 8th, 2017 by Admin

It’s funny how certain moments in your life are so marked by a song that the memory becomes inextricably soundtracked by it. They say your sense of smell is the strongest of the senses, though I reckon hearing must be up there. Whenever that song hits the speakers, it can be utterly impossible to shed… Read more

Lansdowne lending Library

March 1st, 2017 by Admin

Lansdowne Lending Library Around a year ago Lansdowne Lending Library came into existence when 5 paperback books were put on a shelf in the foyer at Woodbury Avenue. Since then the library has grown to over 200 books! The subjects range from What Christians Believe, Understanding Ourselves, Mission, Counselling, Biographies etc. Why read Christian books?… Read more

Motto Sunday

January 5th, 2017 by Website Media

Every life, well at least mine, has unfinished agendas. Projects not signed off, relationships left a little in the air, a CV with gaps. We all have those things we never got around to completing: a half painted garden shed; the letter we intended to write but which only got as far as the first… Read more

Book Review: Martin Luther: Renegade and prophet

December 2nd, 2016 by Brian Butler

Martin Luther: Renegade and prophet, by Lyndal Roper  [Bodley Head, London, 2016] Martin Luther changed history.  It cannot be said of many people that they did it, but Luther truly did. Church History can be divided into two:  pre-Reformation and post-Reformation.  And the Reformation is like a great rock thrown into the stream of history,… Read more

Hope Hampers

November 24th, 2016 by Tom Davenport

Joining with friends in our community, this festive season we will be providing for people in need in our locality over Christmas. Many people won’t be able to afford a proper Christmas dinner this year, or maybe even a normal dinner during the week leading up to Christmas. We will be collecting items over the… Read more

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