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It's all change as new faces take on the reigns of leadership at Fuller Baptist Church in Kettering.


Roland and Vicki Sokolowski were installed as co-pastors on May 6th and will share the overall responsibility for the Ministry of the Church.

 

The couple have moved to Kettering from Crayford, near Dartford, where they were ministers at Crayford Baptist Church for seven years.


Vicki and Roland, both 39, met 2007 whilst studying at Spurgeons College in London. They married in 2009 and have two children. Kettering will be their second pastoral appointment.


Roland, a secondary school maths teacher before entering the Ministry and who recently completed a Theology Ph.D. on Early Christian Preaching says. “We both have a desire to serve the church and through the church engage with the wider community by helping to supports its needs.”

 

“We are keen to work alongside other churches and community groups,” says Vicki who worked in administration before training for the Ministry. “We want to meet the social and spiritual needs of residents and enhance community cohesion.”

 

Roland and Vicki are looking forward to getting to know the area as well as the residents of Kettering and the surrounding villages. They look forward to making friends and becoming part of the wider community where they live.

 

 

 

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New Website Coming Soon PDF Print E-mail

We have a new look website coming soon.  See Jon Fell for more details:-

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Banso Intro PDF Print E-mail

Paul Wharin   Cameroon Nov. 14th to 24th, 2016

This was my 18th visit to the 3 hospitals of the Cameroon Baptist Convention Heath Service.  Prof Peter Hesseling and I were accompanied on this trip by Prof Mariana Kruger, the present head of paediatrics and child health at Stellenbosch University, S. Africa and Tygerberg Hospital, Cape Town. Mariana is an expert on the eye cancer, retinoblastoma and reviewed the files/notes of all children treated under our programme at Mbingo Baptist Hospital. She will suggest ways to improve outcomes.  For the first time we flew inside Cameroon, south to north and then finally at the end of our trip north to south – thus saving 2 whole days on the road and giving 2 more days working time!  Our aim as always is to encourage our Cameroonian colleagues, doctors and nurses who do all the “hands-on” work.  We know and celebrate their mission statement:  “….to provide exemplary care….as an expression of Christian love…and as a means of evangelical witness”.

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Barn Dance 2016 PDF Print E-mail

 

Barn Dance

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On Saturday 10th September we will be holding our annual Barn Dance as part of a weekend of harvest celebrations and thanksgiving. This free event is open to all ages and free food and drink will be served. There will be a live band and dance caller. Why not come and join in the fun?

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Latest from Banso PDF Print E-mail

Click here to read the latest update from Dr Paul Wharin on Banso Baptist Hospital, Cameroon.

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Livewires rap PDF Print E-mail

One of our Church youngsters was challenged on Sunday

to write an Easter rap in 10 minutes   -  here it is

 

Lorna’s Easter rap

 


Today over a thousand years ago,
A miracle happened ask every Christian you know.
Our Lord nailed to a cross, buried in a tomb, his body was then washed.
Mary came to say a final goodbye,
His body was gone she sniffled a cry.
Suddenly Jesus appeared in a disguise,
Go tell everyone Jesus is alive.
Why search for the living among the dead,
It’s a miracle our Lord arose again.

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LIVEWIRES SLEEPOVER - THE LOVE CALAIS  PROJECT

Livewires will be sleeping in the church premises overnight on Saturday , January 9th. The group is supporting Premier Radio Youthworks Project   LOVE CALAIS  - the aim is to raise £1,000 to provide 2 shelters for refugees  this winter. Please support our young people as they reach out in love to others less fortunate. On the Sunday morning we shall be holding a cake sale in the Assembly Room and the opportunity for donations or promises of support will be available then .

 

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Gretton Social PDF Print E-mail

On Sunday afternoon , June 11th we will be visiting Gretton Baptist Church . All are welcome to join us for refreshments at 3pm followed by a service in which some of our young people will be taking part.

Please note there will be no evening service at Fuller on that day .

Further details available from Cathy Gillott

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