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Please support out local Christian book store – It is a case of “use it or lose it!”

20% sale on nearly everything from July-August

The Ben Lindsay book is available at the Luton Christian Bookshop 20% off.  Also the books referred to by Steve and Jordan last Sunday morning How to Pray and Crazy Love are also available there, both 20% off.
If there are real problems with picking books up, Avril can deliver but arrangements will need to be made so please contact the church email address: or call the store on 01582 723210 or email them at
New opening hours at this time are: Wed, Thurs, Fri 9.30am-5.00pm and Sat 9.30am-2.30pm.


Urban Saints – Job Opportunity

We are currently recruiting for a PA to CEO role at Urban Saints and I am sending you the details in case you know someone within your network or church community. The closing date is the 7th of August, however, we really need someone urgently, so we are keen to move the closing date sooner if we find a person before that.

This post is subject to an Occupational Requirement that the post holder is a committed Christian under Part 1 of Schedule 9 to the Equality Act 2010.

For more information about Job Description and person specification, please check the link:


AZALEA – “Exciting Opportunity for someone wanting to earn some pocket money!

Azalea is looking for a dependable, trustworthy person to lock up the building twice a week. Locking up the building consists of making sure all the lights are off and the building is fully vacated, locking the front door, setting the alarm and locking the side door.

We would require the candidate to be someone who:
• Feels comfortable being alone in Luton at 10 pm at night
• Be available most Tuesday and Wednesday nights of the year
• Has a track record of being reliable and trustworthy
• Be able to liaise with the hirer if they require assistance
The hours would be 10 pm on Tuesday and Wednesday nights, we would require the candidate to start immediately. We would be offering a payment of £20 a week for both nights of work, with the possibility of more hours being available in the future.

If you are interested please email


Asia Harvest prints and delivers full Bibles in China for just $1.80 each and below are two testimonies from Chinese people who have just received the Word of God for the first time. As we share their stories, we invite you to pray for them, and please consider giving so that more Christians like these can read God’s Word for themselves.

“My name is Zuam and I am 46-years-old. My parents died when they placed chemical fertilizer on their vegetables when I was only six months old. My aunt and uncle took me in and loved me as if I was their own child. However, when I was five a man told me they were not my real parents. I was devastated and it caused me incredible emotional pain. I tried to commit suicide several times. In 2005, when I was 34, I repented and submitted my life to Jesus Christ, and God accepted me as His child. For years we prayed for a Bible, and God has amazingly used you to provide us with His precious Word. It is my dream come true. Thanks to all who have blessed us.”

“My name is Cherry and I am 19. My mother was born into a family that worshipped demons, and my grandfather was the shaman for our village. In 2008 he heard about Jesus for the first time and he became a Christian. Little by little the people in my village became Christians, and there are few who still worship evil spirits. I am very happy to receive this Bible, because it is God’s Word. Thank you for helping me know the Lord Jesus Christ!”


At SBC the China Bible Printing box is on the stairs.  Please either put a gift of cash in the box or write a cheque made payable to “AsiaLink” who are Asia Harvest’s partners in the UK.  You can put the cheque in the box or hand it to one of us personally.

Thanks on behalf of China Christians in unregistered churches who these Bibles mainly go to.

Des  & Sandie Summerson


Find out more about what is going on in and around Luton with our local churches and charities.  Job opportunities, events etc., all can be found here:

Tuesday Fellowship Drivers Needed

Is anyone available to help pick up a few of our seniors on a Tuesday afternoon, give them a lift to the meeting here at SBC by 2pm and then return them home after 3:45pm, once a month? We are in real need of drivers!


Are you upgrading your laptop/tablet and no longer need the existing one? The Oasis centre would welcome laptop donations which aid the girls & boys homework clubs they currently run.

To know more or to volunteer please contact 0774781353101582 798941 or email to

CBS at St Thomas’ Road- For more details see publicity below or contact Ruth Deacon or Uchendu Izuogu on


Come and work with us!  Link here:


Visit the website here for all vacancies: