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Big Build ‘brick by brick’ Holiday Club!

February 22nd, 2018 by Lansdowne Church

During half term the Big Build ‘brick by brick’ Holiday Club welcomed over 80 kids onto the building site that is Woodbury Avenue. Over four days and the Sunday morning, the little builders explored what God is like. Through the story of Noah and the life of Jesus we engaged with big building blocks about… Read more

Season Of Prayer

January 26th, 2018 by Lansdowne Church

Anyone who attended the Church Forum at the end of 2017 will know that this year has the potential to be a very significant season for Lansdowne. We face a number of important questions that are yet to be answered. How can we most effectively reach our local area? How can we connect more with… Read more

3 weeks to go till the Big Build…

January 25th, 2018 by Lansdowne Church

It’s only 3 weeks to go until The Big build Holiday Club starts, and we’re getting very excited! Bookings are flooding in and we have a super strong team of volunteers ready and raring to go. We’re so grateful for all the support we’ve received from the church in recent weeks as we prepare for… 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 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

🎄 Christmas 2017 – A Christmas Story 🎄

October 27th, 2017 by Lansdowne Church

  That year when you forgot to turn the oven on and had to eat dinner without the turkey. The time when uncle Bob had one too many and sang along to the Snowman. The first Christmas with the kids, or without a loved one. We all have stories to tell about Christmas. But there… Read more

The Light Party – a fun night for all the family

September 28th, 2017 by Lansdowne Church

The Light Party – a fun night for all the family What more do you need on a Saturday evening than GAMES, GUNGE and some good old GRUB! Our Light Party is taking place on Saturday 28th October between 5pm and 7pm at Lansdowne Church Woodbury Avenue . There will be loads of great games,… Read more

The 2017 Bournemouth & Poole Men’s Convention

September 26th, 2017 by Lansdowne Church

The 2017 Bournemouth & Poole Men’s Convention is back in town. Rico Tice from All Souls Church in London will be speaking on Saturday 11th November at Moordown Baptist Church. Rico will be helping us explore the opportunities and challenges of sharing the Lord Jesus with others as men. There are three sessions and lunch… Read more

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