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Photo Evangelistic Project
For this project, we need sisters and brothers disposed to put her/his face to be photographed, a written short testimony of conversion to Jesus Christ and a Biblical portion or Biblical verse that led to our Lord.

Harvest Sunday
We gathered to celebrate harvest recently for an all age service that explored the Jewish festivals of Pentecost and Tabernacles, both of which happen around the event of harvest within Judaism.

Beetle Drive
It could have been described as frantic, over 60 people ranging from as young as 5, to considerably older, desperately throwing dice trying to get the relevant numbers to form the various parts of a beetle.

Baptism of Andrew Collier
We recently enjoyed the Baptism of Andrew Collier who has returned to the Christian Faith finding a greater depth in his relationship with God and more meaningful experience of the peace of God and the joy of salvation. Andrew gave a very clear and powerful testimony.

272nd Church Anniversary
Today we celebrated the 272nd anniversary of Burton Latimer Baptist Church.

Mayor’s Charity Fashion Show
The Mayor's Charity Fashion Show was held on November 2nd at Bosworth's Garden Centre.

Christmas Fun Afternoon
Burton Latimer Baptist Church is holding a children's Christmas Fun Afternoon on Saturday, November 19th from 2pm-6pm in the John Yeomans Hall. This event is for children of Primary School Age (5-11) and the cost is £4 per child.

Civic Service
On September 18, Burton Latimer Baptist Church held a Civic Service for Burton Latimer's Mayor, Nigel Padget. Several Mayors, Deputy Mayors, and other dignitaries from neighbouring towns attended, as well as Burton Latimer councillors and around 80 local residents.

Burton Latimer Baptist Church's allotment is located behind the church and is 50x80 feet. It includes 2 raised beds, 2 fruit cages and a greenhouse.

The Bluebell Walk
The Bluebell Walk in aid of The Leprosy Mission took place at Rutland Water on Saturday 23 April 2016. It was a beautiful morning and the bluebell display was the best that had been seen for many years. Over 20 walkers enjoyed the beauty of the surroundings, the exercise and the companionship of the walk.

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