Mark 16:9–20 (NKJV)
Welcome to the Nambucca Baptist Church website for our Sunday service for 28th June 2020. We have a great service for you this week, (I think it’s great every week of course). With respect to resuming our services in the church, the Government has not yet relaxed the restrictions on Churches and places of worship. Until they do we are unable to hold a service that you would want to be at. Despite that, we were happy to see the U3A Ukulele group back in the hall this week. We have also commenced our other meetings, the prayer meeting on Monday at 10.00 AM, and the Bible study on Thursday at 10:00 AM down in the manse. I have been asked to continue with the weekly online devotionals for those who are unable to get to those other meetings and I am happy to do so for the time being.
This morning Meryl will welcome us to church and lead us in prayer. David will do the bible reading and I will be preaching on one of the most disputed passages in the whole Bible, The long ending to Mark’s gospel, Mark 16:9-20. As always we have prayerfully selected great music for worship so we trust that you will enjoy our time together this morning.
This is the part of the service where we would normally receive tithes and offerings for the work of the Lord here and in our community. If you have a smartphone you can download the Tithe.ly app from your app store, (Apple or Android). If you prefer you can use the green button on the page to give into the life of the church without leaving the service page.
Thank you for staying with us for the whole service. Our treat this week is a song by one of our own local heroes, Steve Grace. I remember when Steve used to deliver small-goods to my takeaway shop at the headland here in Nambucca Heads. He used to enter the talent quest at the Sawtell pub and the rest, as they say, is history.
2 replies on “The End of Mark?”
The sermon was wonderful Peter – so much teaching in it. I know the Lord is with you and I pray He is with us always.
Love and blessings to all of you
Thanks Judee. We are all encouraged when someone takes the trouble to write a comment.