Our Neighbourhood

At SBC, we are keen to work in partnership

We do this in three ways: in faith ventures with other local churches; through our Local Partners scheme
and in our neighbourhood with other local organisations.

Refreshing the Community

COMMUNITY GARDEN

Stopsley Community Garden is here to provide a place to relax, a way to engage with nature, to meet with others, and get active outdoors. This project has been born out of the Stopsley and Putteridge community survey which took place three years ago. One of its findings was that people wanted to have more of a community feel within the Stopsley and Putteridge area. Stopsley Baptist Church owns a piece of land next to The Greenhouse in St Thomas Road. We hope the whole community and community groups including schools will use this garden. Research has shown the benefits of having a community garden will bring people together of all different race, age and cultures. We hope we can use the vegetables and fruit grown in the garden to give to people who need it.  Everyone is welcome!

 

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Church Partnerships

A joint initiative between Luton church leaders. Runs an annual conference.

A simple look and represententation of churches together in Luton.

Local Partners

We work with the vulnerable, exploited & trafficked.

Here to help people who are homeless in Luton & Dunstable.

Helping men to walk free

 Dedicated to serving all young people in schools, churches & the local community.

Neighbourhood

A fantastic ministry that provides food parcels to individuals and families in crisis. Works with more than 15 agencies in Luton. This ministry really does make a difference in the community it serves.

A Community project of SBC. Offers one-to-one mentoring, young parent mentoring, English corner mentoring and group mentoring at The Greenhouse.

A joint initiative on to provide an opportunity for people to meet together for a chat and a cup of tea where friends can be made, interests shared and support given where needed.

In partnerships with local churches we ran a survey....