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Home Mission stories from the North Western Baptist Association

Home Mission funding has enabled the church to achieve some incredible things
Through a Community Minister, relationships with people in the local area are being built and trust is growing
Offering a welfare and benefits advice service to those in need in their local community
Finding that it's never too late to go through the waters of baptism
Shining the light of Jesus in this area of Liverpool
Brownley Green Baptist Church brings the good news of Jesus to the sprawling housing estate of Wythenshawe in South Manchester
A Local Ecumenical Partnership seeking to be 'church at the centre' of its community
A new and exciting development for Chelwood Baptist Church in Stockport
A hugely important element of Home Mission is about investing in leadership. Claire Nicholls shares how she is transitioning from student to newly accredited minister
Three years ago Rose Uitterdijk was ordained and inducted into ministry in Ellesmere Port - all perfectly normal except that there is no Baptist church there
Hawkshead Hill Baptist Church in the Lake District serves the local community and visiting tourists
The appointment of a minister, and extending the church building, enabled Tywyn Baptist Church to serve its community better
A 'church without walls' reaching the new community in Merseyside
Practical demonstrations of the good news of Jesus shared with the local community
The Revd Allan Finnegan, minister shares the story of Home Mission funded Emmanuel Baptist Church
Rose Uitterdijk is the new Community Minister in Ellesmere Port, supported and enabled through Baptist Home Mission
Baptist Ministers Jonny Hirst and Samson Ake broadcast a Christian music show called ‘Love your neighbour’
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Wednesday night at Finnegan’s is a new weekly live podcast hosted by Baptist ministers Tom Grant and Allan Finnegan that seeks to engage men who wouldn’t necessarily attend church
We have for many months tried to engage with our local community - and it took the Queen to succeed, writes Cathy Buntin
Whether we are visible or not in our communities God is actively working through his Holy Spirit. By Cathy Buntin
More than 100 people signed up to become members of a community grocery when it opened in Emmanuel Baptist Church in Liverpool
Across the country, people have used the HOPE for All magazines to connect with their communities in different ways
What does it mean to walk with someone from poverty and desperation, to a place of hope?
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