The London Baptist Association (LBA) is an association of independent Baptist Churches within the Baptist Union of Great Britain. It exists to serve its member Churches in carrying out their mission as set out in its Purpose Statement and Strategy. Membership by Churches is entirely voluntary. Churches who are considering joining the LBA should read our notes on Joining the LBA. Member Churches are listed in a printed LBA Directory which can be obtained from the LBA Office. You can also find member churches using our Church Finder.
If you are logged in to this website (click for login information), you can go to this Secure Download folder and you will find there available for download an updated copy of the Church listings in the LBA Directory.
The Association meets in Assembly at least once each year. The Assembly is made up of delegates appointed by each member Church. Copies of Association accounts and Assembly minutes can be downloaded from the LBA General folder in our Download area as can a short introduction to the LBA Accounts for 2008. Annual Statistics.
The normal business of the LBA is carried on between Assemblies by the LBA Officers and the LBA Board of Directors which meets about ten times each year. You can download copies of the LBA’s Memorandum and Articles of Association and its Bye-Laws from the LBA General folder in our Download area.
- Purpose Statement
- Baptist and Free Church Chaplains
- Baptist Borough Deans
- Board and Directors
- LBA Representatives on other bodies
- LBA Solicitors, Surveyors and Auditors
- London Area Co-ordinator for BMS World Mission
- Regional Ministry Team
- Student Worker
- Contact Points
- LBA Names and Addresses mainly of people involved in LBA activities in some way
- Home Mission