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Eastern Baptist Association (EBA) Archive

Community Scene is a brand-new community magazine and website created by Baptists in Norfolk
Beth Powney, currently minister of Sandy Baptist Church in Bedfordshire, will succeed Richard Lewis
A small team in Southend-on-Sea have partnered with a local artist for their latest creative project
How a recent baptism in Southend came about through intentional partnerships among the Baptist churches there
Faithful Radio is an online, 24-hour radio station launched by Cornerstone Baptist Church in Norfolk
Baptist ministers joined a faith delegation to challenge Calais officials about the delays experienced by children
Avenue Baptist Church in Westcliff on Sea, Essex reopens building after a year-long construction process
Former teacher Jenny Baldwin discovered her sewing skills were in much demand during a recent visit to 'The Jungle'
A report from the first ever Fire Camp – not your usual Baptist gathering
Eighty Baptist churches are now partnering Christians Against Poverty to help people struggling with debt, joblessness and addictions
Baptist minister John Peck has been described as “The Least Known Best Theologian in the World”
Minister Graeme Ross explains how the words "Baptist Church" were added to the bus stop in front of his church's building
Ingebjorg Tozer was recently baptised at Burwell Baptist Church in Cambridge - aged 88. Her pastor Chris Johnson explains more
A Baptist minister in Southend explains why he is sharing 40 different accounts of baptism on his blog throughout Lent
The new Senior Pastor of Lighthouse Community Church in Sheringham, Norfolk has explained the importance of engaging with the community
In the period between Easter and Pentecost Baptists have been encouraged to proactively share the Good News of Jesus
A Norwich church has received an eco-award to recognise its ongoing efforts to care for the environment in all areas of church life
The varied work of a church-run project has received funding from an international pharmaceutical company
An umbrella, rope, keys and a very small door – four props used by evangelist Chris Duffett to explain the concept of God’s love to strangers
Samaritan’s Purse calls on more people to take part in Operation Christmas Child
The BeachLife activity outreach for children and young people will take place on Sheringham sea-front at the end of this month.
Two Girls' Brigade members are heading to Tanzania to teach girls about menstrual hygiene – helping them to attend school more regularly
Baptist members in Essex will soon be racing between London landmarks in a bid to raise funds for an orphanage in India
As artwork began to appear in the sand last year, locals in Southend wondered who was behind it and what did it all mean?
The team behind Easter Icons, a mini-contemporary stations of the cross, take the message onto the streets
Retirement celebration for long serving Regional Minister Team Leader and his wife
The latest induction at the Eastern Baptist Association completes the team
'We’ve had a really exciting year since we crossed over that road into this wonderful building'
Baptist minister's husband will lead professional body of all solicitors in English and Wales
Organisers of the activity outreach on Sheringham sea-front look forward to this year's event
A Baptist church youth group in Essex sleeps rough and raises £2,000 for youth homelessness
"An intention to be more than independent Baptist churches" - 11 commit to deeper partnerships and support
Nick Lear will become the new Regional Minister at the Eastern Baptist Association
Members of two Essex Baptist churches go back to the board to raise much-needed funds for an orphanage in India
I wonder what colours Easter makes you think of? Red, black, green maybe tartan or a rainbow?
A pop-up instillation of a contemporary Stations of the Cross received hundreds of visitors
Report of Simon Goddard's induction as Regional Minister of the Eastern Baptist Association
A church was delighted with the involvement of BBC Radio 5live when it featured the work of its drop-in centre
Host Nicky Campbell will be at the Enfold Project at Pier Avenue Baptist Church in Clacton on 31 January
The Norfolk town’s Baptists move into their brand new building, and change name to become more accessible to the community
The Revd Simon Goddard will serve the Central sector of the Association from January
A Norwich church has celebrated the redevelopment of its building
An outreach on Sheringham sea-front attracted more than 200 children and young people.
Impromptu family shows in a church full of people who would not normally be there, Bible studies in a pub, and inviting people to record what they’d like to do before they die all featured in the latest leg of Chris Duffett’s presidential tour.
A Suffolk church has said goodbye to its longest serving member.
Around 200 people visited Leigh Road Baptist Church, Essex, when it hosted a schools' art exhibition recently.
Baptist churches have been encouraged to team up with their local football clubs - by someone who has visited thousands of hospital patients on behalf of Norwich City.
A 'spiritual spa' day designed to bless busy Christian women proved such a success it could even be a template for similar events around the country.
The first parcels of the newly-opened Peterborough foodbank were distributed from the Baptist church at the heart of its operation this week.
It’s not everyday a member of your congregation sets off on journeys into terrorist zones, disaster areas or refugee camps, writes Peter Wooding.
Have you felt called to a coffee shop ministry? Then an exciting new post in Essex might be worth investigating.
A church plant in a growing community has celebrated its 25 years in style.
Churches in Southend have been challenged to be 'bold and imaginative' in exploring a different way of working together.
An outreach for children and young people on Sheringham sea-front last week was a double success.
Baptists in the city famous for having the highest proportion of people with no religious belief recently a hosted a unique festival that has already brought the four congregations there closer together.
The link between two Baptist churches in the twinned towns of Godmanchester and Szentendre has been strengthened by a visit to the UK of 18 Hungarians.
Members of a Baptist church in Cambridgeshire have just returned from a first successful twinning trip to Hungary where they discovered much more in common than they expected.
A high street bank is giving a Baptist church in Essex funding for its work amongst the most vulnerable in its community.
Impromptu family shows in a church full of people who would not normally be there, Bible studies in a pub, and inviting people to record what they’d like to do before they die - all featured in the latest leg of Chris Duffett’s presidential tour June 2012
A Suffolk church has said goodbye to its longest serving member April 2013
Around 200 people visited Leigh Road Baptist Church, Essex, when it hosted a schools' art exhibition recently June 2013
Baptist churches have been encouraged to team up with their local football clubs - by someone who has visited thousands of hospital patients on behalf of Norwich City September 2012
A 'spiritual spa' day, designed to bless busy Christian women, proved such a success it could even be a template for similar events around the country February 2013
The first parcels of the newly-opened Peterborough foodbank were distributed from the Baptist church at the heart of its operation this week.
It’s not everyday a member of your congregation sets off on journeys into terrorist zones, disaster areas or refugee camps writes Peter Wooding.
A church plant in a growing community has celebrated its 25 years in style.
Baptists in the city famous for having the highest proportion of people with no religious belief recently a hosted a unique festival that has already brought the four congregations there closer togethe June 2013
Churches in Southend have been challenged to be 'bold and imaginative' in exploring a different way of working together
The link between two Baptist churches in the twinned towns of Godmanchester and Szentendre has been strengthened by a visit to the UK of 18 Hungarians.
Members of a Baptist church in Cambridgeshire have just returned from a first successful twinning trip to Hungary where they discovered much more in common than they expected.
A high street bank is giving a Baptist church in Essex funding for its work amongst the most vulnerable in its community.
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