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Book Review – The Stone-crusher’s daughter: the Implications of being made in God’s image. By David Lundy. 2016.

December 13th, 2017 by Brian Butler

The Stone-crusher’s daughter: the Implications of being made in God’s image. By David Lundy. 2016. I’ve just finished this very interesting book which I want to share with you. The Canadian author has had a long and distinguished career in Christian service and is well qualified to talk about the issues he deals with. He… Read more

The Big Build Holiday Club

November 30th, 2017 by Lansdowne Church

During February Half Term Lansdowne Church Woodbury Avenue is being transformed into a Lego building site. Between Tuesday 13th – Friday 16th February primary school aged children can become builders and join us as we explore Jesus’ big building project, with plenty of the usual singing, games and crafts. Each day is totally free and… Read more

Metropole Market – Alternative Christmas

November 28th, 2017 by Lansdowne Church

The Churches’ stall on the Metropole Market went really well again on Sunday. To give a flavour:- Over 500 customers engaged with us, taking part in the Christmas ‘survey’, and many more the pre-advent calendar quiz, ‘take-a-pebble-with-a-message’ and prayer tree. All of these were designed to start meaningful conversation with all sorts of passers-by in… Read more

Christmas Hamper Appeal

November 27th, 2017 by Tom Davenport

This year we are partnering with Bournemouth Foodbank to help provide hampers for people in crisis across the town. The vision is to deliver between 150 and 200 hampers, each capable of feeding a family of five for three days with all the seasonal goodies we might wish for them to have. We have committed… Read more

Lansdowne Life – December 2017 And January 2018

November 24th, 2017 by Lansdowne Church

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. PDF Version available here

A Voice for the Voiceless Weekend

November 16th, 2017 by Lansdowne Church

A weekend with a Baroness. I’d never met a baroness before, and I wasn’t disappointed! Baroness Caroline Cox (Caroline) was spending the weekend with us at Lansdowne, and it was quickly very clear that she is a woman on a mission. “If I’ve been given this position, then how can I use it to help… Read more

Developing a Christian Mind

November 9th, 2017 by Lansdowne Church

We’ve recently started a new Sunday evening series called ‘The Christian Mind’ to help us think through contemporary issues as Christians in a complicated and confusing world. Over the next few Sunday evenings we’ll be thinking through topics like politics, the media, work, self-image and technology.  No doubt we all have opinions on these things,… Read more

Lansdowne Market – Day of the Dead

November 3rd, 2017 by Lansdowne Church

“It’s Sunday afternoon and I am slowly making my way along a bustling Holdenhurst Rd. I’m headed for a small yellow marquee right in front of the Bournemouth Business Centre, where I meet for church on Sunday mornings. It’s quite cold and a bit windy, but this doesn’t seem to have put people off. Every… Read more

October Baptisms 2017

November 2nd, 2017 by Lansdowne Church

Last Sunday(29th October) at our evening service we baptised 5 people who wanted to publicly show they have decided to follow Jesus in the way that they live. Here are their stories: Tatiana Tatiana’s life prior to knowing Jesus as Lord was a search of happiness in what the world could offer. She lived for… Read more

Somebody’s Son – Bev & Val Savage Book Launch

October 31st, 2017 by Lansdowne Church

Bev and Vals Book launch will happen at Lansdowne Chruch, Woodbury Avenue on the 1st December starting 7.30pm.   No life is too lost, none too broken… every boy can be Somebody’s Son. NOW AVAILABLE A TRUE STORY of secrets, love, loss and rugged persevering faith. In a world grown used to hearing tales of… Read more

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