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New Baptist Insurance website  


Baptist Insurance have been insuring Baptist churches since 1905, and we are always looking at ways to improve our customer service to support the Baptist family. We are extremely pleased to announce that the new Baptist Insurance website is now live.


Baptist Insurance new website

With a contemporary new look and feel, the website has been designed to enable people to find the information that they’re looking for more quickly and easily, while being adaptable across traditional PCs and mobile devices.
 
Whether it’s finding out about the Baptist Insurance grant giving scheme, downloading a risk assessment document, looking for advice on running a foodbank, or checking the details for a home insurance policy, everything you need is at your fingertips.
 
If you have any trouble locating something you can always call our team who will be happy to direct you to the right place on 0345 070 2223. We would also like to hear what you think and you can email comments and feedback to: enquiries@baptist-ins.com.
 

Take a look for yourself today by visiting www.baptist-insurance.co.uk

 

Baptist Times, 30/09/2019
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