BTCS

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AcronymDefinition
BTCSBrake Traction Control System
BTCSBelgian Touring Car Series
BTCSBrake Traction Control System (vehicle manufacturing)
BTCSBefore These Crowded Streets (Dave Matthews Band album)
BTCSBack to Church Sunday (UK)
BTCSBoot Time Computer Services (Bella Vista, AR)
BTCSBard's Tale Construction Set (gaming)
BTCSBoiler Technician, Senior Chief (USN Rating)
BTCSBCAB (British Computer Association of the Blind) Trainer Certification Scheme (Birmingham, England, UK)
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I remember a Journal story on Back to Church Sunday.
Last year, I wrote a feature about Back To Church Sunday (an annual event operated by a network of Anglican dioceses) but for me, and no doubt many others, this was Back To Church Saturday.
BACK TO CHURCH SUNDAY IF you haven't been to church for a while, tomorrow morning could be the time to start again.
Back to Church Sunday was launched four years ago in response to a survey of 15,000 adults in the United States.
This was also Back to Church Sunday and old members, friends and neighbours were welcomed to join the celebration.
THE 25th marks Back to Church Sunday, an initiative that pretty much does what it says on the tin - invites people back.
Meanwhile, this weekend, the Church in Wales is asking parishioners to invite their friends and neighbours to come to church with them as part of Back to Church Sunday, and focusing on making church more welcoming.
The Right Rev David Urquhart pedalled around his diocese to promote Back to Church Sunday tomorrow.
In September, when the annual service back to Church Sunday was held, where members of the church are encouraged to invite a friend to a service, 37,000 new congregants attended the service, which was almost twice the number who attended in 2007.
Back to Church Sunday tomorrow is the perfect chance to re-connect with the rich tradition of our church's heritage.
Last year in Lichfield Diocese some 6,000 people returned on Back to Church Sunday.
Back to Church Sunday, on September 28, is the perfect chance to re-connect with the rich tradition of our church's heritage.