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BT Round-up July 2020Baptist Times News Round-up - July 2020

 

The July Round-up features new research showing more than a quarter of churches have reported a drop in contact with children and young people during lockdown. There's news that Myra Blyth has become the first female British Baptist minister to receive a festschrift – a set of essays in her honour, as well as a report on how two Baptist ministers in Southend have helped to create an emergency fund that has supported those badly affected during the pandemic.

Paul Hobson
Faith and Society Editor/Writer

 


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