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Here are some links to organisations we are associated with. We hope they’re useful to you.

Friends International

Friends International are a Christian organisation dedicated to building friendships with international students in the UK.


You can also find out more about upcoming local events for International Students by visiting their Facebook page.

Michael Ots Evangelism Trust

The Mission
Glorifying God by urgent evangelisation, primarily in the student world.

The Vision
Through Gods grace to see a team of University evangelists engaged in equipping students in effective evangelism so that increasing numbers of students give their life to Christ.


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Moorlands College

Moorlands College exists to equip people, passionate about Jesus Christ, to impact the church and the world.


Juniper Tree

Since 1977, The Juniper Tree has been offering rest and refreshment for Christian workers in Asia, working in situations outside of their own culture. We are an evangelical, non-denominational, charitable foundation, set up to provide places where individuals, couples or families can come to find physical and spiritual refreshment to enable them to return to their sphere of service.


Words of Life

Words of Life was formed in 1975 to promote the written, recorded and preaching ministries of the former Pastor here, Rev. Francis W. Dixon. Much of this excellent material is still available. A full list of Bible study notes and booklets is available.


Bournemouth and Poole Convention

We are delighted to announce preliminary information regarding the 2014 Bournemouth & Poole Convention. The convention has now been running for more than 20 years and in 2014 it remains at its current summer date of the first week of July… read more.


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About what we collect at lansdownebaptistchurch.org.uk

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