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Abortion: Choice, Necessity, or Injustice?

On Thursday 25th September we hosted a presentation from Susie Molina and Dave Brennan of the Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform (www.cbruk.org) called Abortion: Choice, Necessity, or Injustice? Whilst it was a multimedia presentation we have the audio only version available, split into 3 parts, which can be listened to here: Part 1 Part 2 Part...

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Lighthouse

LIGHTHOUSE is our new weekly club for children aged 9 to 12 years old. Held in the comfort of one of our homes enjoy: games, crafts, food, quizzes, cooking, interactive talks. Come, chill and have some fun on Friday evenings, 6.30 until 8pm. Contact Simon (07593 408508) or Paul (01454 620238) for details.

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All Students Welcome

We at Buckingham would like to extend a warm welcome to all students starting at Bristol universities this autumn. Our location, just opposite the BU students union, makes us very local to student life. Our services are based around a study of the Bible that we hope is both encouraging and challenging. Sunday lunches are available at various church members houses, or for the very brave, downstairs in the church hall with our twenty or so Romanian Roma children at their Roma children’s lunch. University is a key time for most people, and...

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Baptisms of Dee and Swee

On Sunday 9th June, our sisters in the faith, Dee and Swee, was baptised by our pastor, Oliver Gross. Oliver preached on Acts 2: 1-41, with a sermon titled “Why baptism?”. The Holy Spirit has been poured out on all flesh that has been saved, bestowing spiritual gifts and blessings that can be used in the service of the church. You can listen to the full message here. “Repent, and let every one of you be baptised in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. For the promise...

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Creation Meeting

We are hosting a Creation event at Buckingham Chapel on Friday 7th June. We have two brothers coming from Creation Ministries International to speak on aspects of biblical creation. The first talk by Lucien Tuinstra (‘Dynamic Dinosaurs’) at 6.30 will be accessible for children, whereas the second by Gavin Cox (‘Adam: man, myth or ape?’) at 7.45 is appropriate for adults, especially those already familiar with the issues.  More information about the speakers can be found by following this link: CMI Event at...

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Baptism of Rebekah

On Sunday 24th March, our sister in the faith, Rebekah, was baptised by our pastor, Oliver Gross. Oliver preached on John 10: 22-42, “Three Glorious Impossibilities.” God’s sheep cannot be lost, His Son cannot be stoned and His salvation cannot be contained. You can listen to the full message here. “My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me. And I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish; neither shall anyone snatch them out of My hand.” – John 10: 27-28 Rebekah gave a testimony about her life before...

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Tiger Tots continues this Friday

Now that the Easter break is over, Tiger Tots will begin again this Friday (24th April).

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Bible Study and Ladies’ Meeting

Please note there will be no Prayer and Bible study on Wednesday 13th March, as we will be joining Phillip Street on Tuesday 12th March for their Prayer and Bible study. Also the ladies meeting which was due on the 12th March will now be held on 19th March.

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Tiger Tots & Prayer Meeting Cancelled Today – 1st Feb

  Due to the poor weather conditions, Tiger Tots & the Prayer Meeting have been cancelled today (1st Feb).

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New Year 2019 – Week of prayer

From January 7th to 11th at 7.30pm to 9pm, to commence the new year, we are gathering every evening from Monday to Friday, for a time of prayer. We will be thanking God for the year just ended and praying for His blessing upon the coming year. Each evening will be split into two sessions starting at 7.30 pm and 8.25pm. Please join us for both or either session as you are able. Whether you are local or visiting we would be very pleased to see you.

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