As a church family we want to contribute to the things we see God doing around here, using some of the resources He’s given us to make it happen.
We are asking particularly for our church to respond in three ways as a church at this time of the Coronavirus crisis.
1. To embrace the opportunity we have to be the Church and share the message of hope to those in Milton Keynes who are longing to hear that there is a reason for life.
2. We want to be able to carry on doing the things we are already doing – running our Sunday gathering and other ministries in Milton Keynes.
3. We also want to continue being generous with what God gives us, supporting those around us facing financial hardship, missionaries and churches around the world, and local organisations like Bridgebuilder Trust, BMS World Mission, Good News for Everyone (previously known as Gideons), and Home Mission.
Text “LBCMK5 Give £” followed by the amount to 07380 307 800
For example: to give £50, text “LBCMK5 Give £50”
Bank Transfer/Debit Card
Account Name: Loughton Baptist Church, Lloyds Bank, Stony Stratford
Account Number: 02408428
Sort Code: 30-15-53
Cheques made payable to ‘Loughton Baptist Church’
Financial Support for Tony
Everything we do at LBC is made possible by your giving, Thank You.
Climate Crisis Appeal
Climate change has reached a state of emergency and we can't afford to think of it as a distant threat. It's here, wreaking damage and misery - particularly on the lives of the world's poorest people, pushing them back into poverty.
This is not God's plan - but you can be part of the solution. With the support, Tearfund's worldwide network of churches and partners can provide the tools and techniques that communities need to adapt and prepare for the effects of the climate crisis.
Support for Afghan Refugees
LBC are supporting Afghan refugees through multiple charity appeals.
If you would like to give, please follow the links below.
Baby Basics MK
Changing Children's lives one gift parcel at a time.
Helping families who have been relocated from Afghanistan to the UK for their safety.