Gathering the Churches, Preaching the Word.
4th - 8th July 2022
Our aim is to gather the churches in Dorset and the surrounding counties and those who come from further afield to encourage them with solid Bible teaching. We bring in guest speakers from the UK and other countries to open up God's Word and help us apply it to our situation. Our events are all shapes and sizes, ranging our biennial Men's Convention day to the Summer Convention which traditionally takes place every weekday in the first week of July.
Starting in 1993 with Rev. RT Kendall as our speaker, the Bournemouth Bible Week began as the Bournemouth and Poole Convention. The goal: to have a week in the year dedicated to sound Bible teaching which would bring together the churches in the South-Western counties. The Conventions we have run have chosen many different speakers from the UK and internationally, helping all who attend to understand how God’s word applies to us today whatever our situation.
An equally important objective is to provide an opportunity for churches to deepen their fellowship and get to know other churches in the area plus brothers and sisters from all over the country. We believe strongly that unity under the Gospel, led by God’s Word, is the way in which His kingdom can have a strong impact on our society today.
2020 gave us the opportunity to revamp our conventions to engage with a fresh generation. So, a new name was born – “The Bournemouth Bible Week”. The name may have changed but the goals remain the same - “Gathering the Churches, Preaching the Word”.
FIEC Head of National Ministries
Adrian has been on FIEC staff since April 2017, first as Training Director and now as Head of National Ministries.
He previously served as one of the leaders of The Proclamation Trust and as Associate Minister of East London Tabernacle. Before this he pastored Yateley Baptist Church. Adrian started his working life as a Chartered Accountant and specialised in training as well as working as a senior manager in the pharmaceutical industry.
Rev. Dr Andrew Sach
Andrew serves part-time at Grace Church Greenwich, and part-time as a tutor on the Cornhill Training Course, helping to train other preachers.
He has been a regular speaker at university missions and is the co-author of several books with decreasingly-imaginative titles: Dig Deeper (2005), Dig Even Deeper (2010) and Dig Deeper into the Gospels (2015).
Christ Church Westbourne
Bournemouth BH4 8ER
6th - 8th July 2022
10:30 - 12:00 pm
138a Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth, BH8 8AS
4th - 8th July 2022
7:30pm - 9pm
Christ church Westbourne has lots of parking in and around their church. Closer to the main road through Westbourne, you will find many options for pay and display parking as well.
ASDA is just over the road with ample parking available.
Meet the Team
One of the Elders at Lansdowne Church in Bournemouth since 2011. David chairs the Convention team.
Pastor at Broadstone Baptist Church since 2005, Tim leads much of the communication side of the team.
Vicar at Christ Church Westbourne, a church which has hosted many of the conventions over the years
Manager of Keith Jones Christian Book Store, it is no surprise what Darren brings to the team. He’s happy to help you find the right book to help you grow in your faith.
Assistant Pastor at Broadstone Baptist Church. Steven’s focus in the team is to think about how to better engage the younger generations of the church with our conventions. He also handles the technological side.
Simeon has been the Pastor of New Milton Evangelical Free church for eleven years. Simeon longs to see many brought to know the Lord Jesus Christ and then discipled to be passionate followers of Him
Admin at Broadstone Baptist Church. Lis uses her skills to make sure that every i is dotted and every t is crossed.
I am the finance director of a local building company and am a member of St Christopher’s Southbourne. I am often found tinkling the ivories at church on a Sunday.
He has recently returned to Bournemouth to serve the church at Moordown as pastor. His greatest desire is to see people meet the Lord Jesus Christ;