Logo

 

Banner Image:   Baptist-Times-banner-2000x370-
Template Mode:   Baptist Times
Icon
    Post     Tweet

US creative calling for journalist 

A Baptist journalist from the UK has been selected for the second year running to join an American mission trip helping churches communicate more effectively.


Catherine Burt, 34, of Portsmouth, Hampshire, joined Creative Missions’ team of church communication professionals, creatives and techies working with under-resourced churches to create sustainable solutions that better engage and communicate the gospel to their local communities.

CatherineThe 30-strong team gave up a week of their time to help 15 to 20 churches in Baltimore, between 17 and 23 May. Catherine, who works as Media Co-ordinator for The Girls’ Brigade England & Wales and attends North End Baptist Church, previously joined the group on a trip to Alaska in 2013 (pictured).

She says ‘Creative Missions is a really innovative idea – using people’s God-given skills to help churches communicate better by producing logos, websites, social media, videos and photography. It’s a real privilege to have been selected for this year’s trip and to help bring the gospel alive for people.’

She adds ‘What’s really exciting is that Creative Missions are considering a trip to the UK to work with churches here.'

You can read more about this year’s trip can at http://creativemissions.to/baltimore/ or last year's trip to Alaska at www.churchmarketingsucks.com/2013/05/the-true-beauty-of-alaska-creative-missions-wrap-up/


 
Baptist Times, 07/06/2014
    Post     Tweet
Examples of how Home Mission funds are being used in the Southern Counties Baptist Association
SubArticleD2019
Ryde Baptist Church in the Isle of Wight has been using its large window to send messages of comfort and hope to passers-by since the start of lockdown
Shirley Warren Action Church has developed deeper community connections by meeting local needs during the coronavirus crisis – and a Baptist Union grant has played a part
How churches in Caversham reorganised their Pentecost plans
During a period of self-isolation, Baptist minister Richard Littledale wrote a child-friendly book about social distancing. He explains more
coronastory
A sizeable cake and an even bigger note of thanks greeted Philip Cooke’s 90th birthday recently
Members of Windsor Baptist Church stepped into the wilderness to gain new insights into Hagar during a service with a difference recently
     Regional News 
    Posted: 29/04/2020
    Posted: 25/07/2018
    Posted: 17/06/2016
    Posted: 17/12/2015