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    BUC News is a free weekly email newsletter produced by the Communication department of the British Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. It contains news, a list of coming events, and also some small ads relevant to the Seventh-day Adventist Church community. The newsletter is sent out every Friday about noon.

    At the present time around 2,000 people around the world are receiving BUC News. It is available in two different formats: plain text and Adobe Acrobat pdf. You are most welcome to subscribe to BUC News in either or both of these formats. We recommend the pdf as it includes pictures -- but if you have a slow connection then choose plain text. All you have to do is send a blank email to the address or addresses below. Once you have sent your email you will receive a confirming email direct from the listserver. Simply reply to this second email and you will be added to the list.

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