President's Response to Woolwich Tragedy
 

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British Union Conference President, Ian Sweeney, gives his very personal response to the shocking death of Drummer Lee Rigby, who was murdered in Woolwich last week.

 
Film Premiere - "Fired up"
 

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Film Premiere of 'Fired up', a new, youthful film on the Life of William Tyndale, brought the Bible alive at BAFTA, Piccadilly on Sunday, 18 December. "Watch the Trailer"

 
Bedford Olympic Witness
 

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Olympic Gold comes not just on the athletics field, but in the hearts of church members in Bedford. On the first day of Olympic activity, they opened up their church to the community.

 
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.

 
Women of Virtue
 

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The principles of the 'women of virtue' in Proverbs 31 are still alive today - and highlighted in a Conference organised by Sharon Platt-McDonald, Women's Ministries, Health and Disability Awareness director for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland.

 
Derek Morris Interview
 

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Derek Morris Interview

 
Police Apology to Alison Richardson
 

BUC News / 33 VIEWS

SEC media reports for BUC news on Metropolitan Police Detective Sergeant Nick Westwood's public apology to Alison Richardson at Greenwich Seventh-day Adventist church.

 
Black History Live
 

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With the pulsating sounds of African drums; harmonious chords of vibrant singing from the London Community Gospel choir; exotic aromas and spicy foods from tropical cuisine and an abundant array of dazzling colours, the senses were indulged to the max. It was also the place for witness as Adventist church members discovered as they prepared to serve at the Black History Live event in Wembley Stadium the first weekend of October 2011.

 
Lorance Johnson Interview
 

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Newly elected North England Conference president, Lorance Johnson, took time out from 2 days of Education Meetings in Watford to talk with Victor Hulbert and share his vision for the future.