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Church Walk

July 31st, 2018 by Laura Wood

Join us for our next Church walk taking place on the 16 August: It will be a  figure of 8 route forming two individual walks,morning and afternoon, in the New Forest. Come for either or both and join us anyway for lunch. Timetable: 9.30am Woodbury Avenue 10.15 am High Corner Inn for morning walk 12.30pm… Read more

Sleepsafe: get involved this winter

July 26th, 2018 by Laura Wood

Let’s get Involved! You will probably be aware that Lansdowne Church participates in Bournemouth Christians Alongside Rough Sleepers (BCARS) which is a group of Bournemouth churches (eg Citygate, St Swithin’s, BCC etc..) working together to reduce rough sleeping. This group is coordinated by Faithworks Wessex. The In Touch ministry, which provides lunches at St Augustin’s… Read more

Christian Minds: Social Media

July 25th, 2018 by Laura Wood

In 2004, a new website was launched by a group of students at Harvard College, USA.  The website was intended to become an online social network for students at the college. Fourteen years later, Facebook has 2.2 billion users worldwide. YouTube, launched a year after Facebook, has 1.3 billion users who upload 300 hours of… Read more

From Pit to Palace

July 24th, 2018 by Laura Wood

Taken from the depths of the pit and rising to the heights of political leadership – Joseph is one of the best known stories of the Bible. Rising to popular fame through the musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, the story of the hated brother come prisoner come respected ruler is well known by… Read more

Oxford History of the Christian Church: Book Review

July 16th, 2018 by Laura Wood

Robbins, Keith.  Oxford History of the Christian Church:  England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales: The Christian Church 1900-2000 I’ve just finished this substantial volumes in the series, The Oxford History of the Christian Church (OUP, 2008, 508pp.)  The author is a notable historian who has written extensively in this field of Church History.  It is a fascinating… Read more

When Less is More

June 27th, 2018 by Laura Wood

Our thanks to those who have sent in their comments ahead of the informal forum on the proposed Sunday arrangements from the Autumn. Do join us if you can after the evening service, this Sunday to hear more. But let me use the extensive reach of the web to expand on the letter already sent… Read more

The Search

June 26th, 2018 by Laura Wood

What is life all about? Why are we here? These age-old questions still bother us today; even if we might not admit it, we all look for meaning in something or someone. The bible tackles these questions head on in Ecclesiastes, a book in which the writer cries right from the start “meaningless, everything is… Read more

Lansdowne Life July/August 2018

June 21st, 2018 by Laura Wood

Here is the next instalment of the new Lansdowne Life publication: Please click the “click to read” to make the Lansdowne life publication full screen.  A PDF version can be found HERE

MOET Sunday: Where Can Lasting Happiness Be Found?

June 13th, 2018 by Laura Wood

As part of the MOET weekend, this Sunday evening is intended to resemble an evening event at a mission like the ones the MOET teams will be well used to attending. It is a great opportunity for us as a church to see what it would be like to be an attendee at one of… Read more

Gav’s work with Teen Challenge Dorset

June 8th, 2018 by Laura Wood

In my role of Support Worker each week I am involved in organising some of our volunteers for the Friday night outreach teams into Bournemouth, which I also go out with fortnightly. This is a great opportunity to get alongside rough sleepers and get to know them on a more personal level, and through that… Read more

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