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Next year will see the 50th anniversary of the publication of a very significant document - the 1966 Strict Baptist Affirmation of Faith.
In the last few weeks there has been a string of stories about Christian schools which have fallen foul of the authorities. And it’s been very interesting to read some of the comments that readers have added to the stories.
I’m writing this from Haverigg - a small village on the Cumbria coast. We’ve come here for our summer holidays, as we have many times before. I’ve been taking the opportunity to find out a little about the history of the churches in this area.
We call ourselves an evangelical church. No, you won’t find that word on our notice-board, but we’ve always been happy to identify ourselves in that way...
Next month, the folk in Charlesworth are hosting a one-off and perhaps unique event called “Roots that Refresh”. It’s a four-day study-course in church history. Our history. The history of churches like ours: Calvinistic - or Particular - Baptist Churches.