Hello everyone, We can now confirm that for those people who feel comfortable so to do, we will be returning to worshiping in our church building from the 2nd of August, assuming that there is no second spike of the Covid-19 virus. We will be doing so with 2 metre social distancing. When[…]
Hello everyone, This is the latest Covid-19 update from Burton Latimer Baptist Church as of 2nd July 2020. While Churches are theoretically able to open from this Sunday, 5th of July, in practice we have to ensure that we can adequately exercise our duty of care to our congregation by[…]
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. By building a tent we learnt how, at the festival of Tabernacles, the people built shelters to remind themselves[…]
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. On Saturday 18th February the Tattersall family hosted a Beetle and Cake evening to[…]
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.
Today we celebrated the 272nd anniversary of Burton Latimer Baptist Church. It was a wonderful night full of good food and fun games. Thank you to everyone who helped organize the event and to all those who brought delicious food and participated to make it a special night.
The Mayor’s Charity Fashion Show was held on November 2nd at Bosworth’s Garden Centre. Local businesses donated items for the raffle and everyone has been very supportive with ticket sales and raffle donations. Thank you to everyone who helped out and to Bosworth’s for hosting this event.
On September 18th, 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. A big thanks to all who attended and for the wonderful[…]
Burton Latimer Baptist Church’s allotment is located behind the church and is 50×80 feet. It includes 2 raised beds, 2 fruit cages and a greenhouse. The allotment is looked after by Derek Muggleton, who grows vegetables for the Church Luncheon Club and makes jam from the fruit to sell to[…]