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BT Round-up March 2021Baptist Times News Round-up - March 2021

Welcome to the March Baptist Times News Round-up, which features the usual mix of stories and opinion pieces published on the website in recent days and weeks. This month's offerings feature several of the thoughtful Lent reflections we've published each Wednesday, news of a Baptist-led petition campaigning for equitable global access to the vaccine, and the story of a church's lockdown journey to Chad (and back).     

As mentioned last month, in addition to these pieces we also carry a list of job vacancies on the website, a list which now includes some of the key leadership roles across Baptists Together: it can be found here

With all good wishes for you at this time,

Paul Hobson
Faith and Society Editor/Writer


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