Blind Bartimaeus Saw Perfectly

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Mark 10:46 – 52

Welcome to the Sunday Service for 21st June 2020 at Nambucca Baptist Church. We have plenty for you this week. There will be Holy Communion after the message so we encourage you to prepare some elements at home to enable you to join with us as we celebrate around the Lord’s table together. We are still unable to commence normal church services but the Monday morning prayer meeting at the manse has been very successful with people attending in person and also by using our Messenger chat room video link. It was lovely to have several of our church family with us as we recorded the meeting. As usual, we have a welcome from Meryl, who has some great news for us. Meryl also leads us in prayer. Vicky does the bible reading for us. We also have some wonderful music so settle in and let us enjoy our worship service together.

At this point in our service, we normally receive tithes and offerings for the Lord’s work here in our church and in our community. Since we cannot do this at the moment we have provided a means of giving online without leaving this page. Either use the app on your smartphone or just click on the green button below to present your tithes and offerings as part of your worship this morning.

The communion message continues the story of Blind Bartimaeus with a reflection and practical application as we gather at the Lord’s table.

Thank you for staying with us for the whole service. I can’t offer you a cuppa and one of Thoni’s scones but I can offer you this. I have played videos from Sergio and Rhoda before, remember Capernaum? Here Sergio decides to walk the ancient track from Jericho to Jerusalem. Somehow it has stretched out to 50 Km and a two day hike. Maybe they were much fitter in Jesus’ time. It does give you a great feel for the country that Jesus and the disciples regularly walked.

2 replies on “Blind Bartimaeus Saw Perfectly”

Thanks Judee We are so happy that you were able to watch it and enjoy it. This encourages us to keep working hard to stay in touch with all our church family through this tough season. Blessings.

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