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Simon Guillebaud – guest speaker 17 November

October 14th, 2019 by Laura Wood

SIMON is the founder and International Director of Great Lakes Outreach [GLO] a Christian charity working in war-torn Central Africa.  GLO’s projects include for example, building schools, AIDS sensitisation, empowering street children, supporting orphanages, providing micro finance, entrepreneurship and training initiatives, developing agriculture and reaching out to communities.  Having spent 20 years working and living… Read more

Bournemouth Foodbank Christmas Hamper Appeal

October 9th, 2019 by Laura Wood

  This year we are supporting the Bournemouth  Foodbank Christmas Hamper Appeal, by pledging to supply… 400 jars of pasta sauce!! If you are able to help could you bring your jars of pasta sauce and leave them at the Foodbank collection point in the foyer at Woodbury Avenue. Thanks you. Tom Davenport  |  Community… Read more

Immeasurably More- A fortnight of prayer: 1-14 September

August 12th, 2019 by Laura Wood

  Each day we’ll be focusing on the prayers of Paul. Each morning there’ll be a short video focusing on a passage from Paul’s letters (see below, updated daily), to shape our praying, and we’ll be meeting formally and informally across the fortnight to share food together and pray. September 1st marks the beginning of… Read more


July 23rd, 2019 by Laura Wood

Throughout our Summer Sundays, our morning series will take us on a journey from Genesis to Revelation. If you’re in Youth Church you’ll stay in with us so you don’t miss out. There will be resources for you to use to engage in the service. This bird’s eye view of ‘God’s Big Story’ will inspire… Read more

St Augustin’s Jelly Tots End of Term Picnic

July 17th, 2019 by Laura Wood

As many of you will be aware, when the old Lansdowne building was demolished in the summer of 2015 some of the activities that ran from the old building needed to relocate nearer to the town centre rather than reopen at Woodbury Avenue.  As well as In Touch (mission that helps the homeless and those… Read more

French Evening with Antoine – Review

June 18th, 2019 by Laura Wood

MERVEILLEUX!! Following a very impressive welcome in French by Mike Smailes, our MC for the evening, the four serveurs set about attending their respective tables.  Nicky King’s French menu was much appreciated and enjoyed!  It was great to hear the buzz of conversation but the pièce de résistance was when ANTOINE THENIN delivered his visual… Read more

Gift Day Response

May 28th, 2019 by Laura Wood

Dear Friends It’s a joy to be able to share with you the good news that as a result of our Gift and Pledge Day last Sunday £935,000 has been raised towards our published target of £1.8 million. Donations and forms are still being received into the Office and we intend to keep the response… Read more

Walking With God

May 28th, 2019 by Laura Wood

If you could take a walk with a new friend, what would you find out about them? If you spent a summer together, walking and talking, learning and listening, what would you find out?   You’d find out who they were, where they had come from and what they were like. You’d find out what… Read more

Money Matters

May 1st, 2019 by Laura Wood

Jesus spoke about the dangers of of material wealth more than any other in his recorded public ministry. The average British Christian, however, tends to put it in the same box as politics and writes on the outside “Do not open in polite conversation!” Well, we are opening that box over the next few weeks… Read more

Giving Sunday – 19 May 2019

April 22nd, 2019 by Laura Wood

Climb every mountain Faced with the challenge of climbing a mountain, the answer to the question “why?”, is often, “because it’s there!” Well, looking up at the 1.8 million pound mountain ahead of us as a Church, we are going to need a much more convincing answer than that! So here are three reasons. The… Read more

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