Lay Bible Workers Convention
 

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Over 200 committed lay-people and pastors joined together with Pastor & Mrs Torres of Mission College of Evangelism, Dr Roy Adams, Associate Editor (Retired) Adventist Review, and a large group of trainers for a weekend when they made the choice that for them, church and life would no longer be 'business as usual'.

 
Olympic Flame Witness Climaxes In London
 

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As the Olympic torch made its way through the London borough of Hounslow, SEC media reports on the local Adventist Church's involvement with the community during the special event, and follow Tyler Saunders, a 29-year-old Paralympic hopeful and member of Chiswick Adventist Church, who carried the Olympic torch through the streets of Ealing.

 
Thou Shalt Not
 

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Mark Grey’s latest production, ‘Thou Shalt Not’ took to the stage this last week. Cynthia Osei-Owusu went along to find out more.

 
BUC Pathfinder Camporee 2012
 

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What makes leaders take 900 children and teens out of their normal environment for an intense week of activity? We talk to some of the leaders.

 
ADRA-UK Justine Greening Visit
 

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Interview with Bert Smit, CEO of ADRA-UK, reflecting on the visit of International Development Secretary, Justine Greening and local MP Richard Harrington on Monday the 20th of May.

 
British Sign Language health outreach at Hounslow Cornerstone Seventh-day Adventist church
 

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Conducted in British Sign Language(BSL) a health outreach at Hounslow Cornerstone Seventh-day Adventist church was specifically for those with hearing difficulties. Many deaf people struggle when they interact with the health services. This day made a special difference for them.

 
The Irish Vision 2014
 

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Seasons greetings from Ireland! Meet the Irish Mission pastors and engage with their passion for Mission to the Cities 2014 - Dublin (and beyond).

 
BUC Session 2016
 

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2014 year-end message - Pastor Ian Sweeney
 

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If you survived the craziness of the black Friday sales you did well. The financially restrained Pastor Ian Sweeney found himself astonished at how people were desperate to get their hands on televisions -even to the point that people began fighting and cursing one another. That hardly seems to be the spirit of Christmas. Perhaps there is a better way to share that spirit. In his year-end message, Pastor Sweeney, President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland, admires the desperation of the paralytic in the Mark 2 story and how he strived to get into Jesus presence. "Perhaps as Christians we ought to exhibit the same passion to be in the presence of Jesus and be desperate to share our testimony of Jesus."