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NEW - Morning Service 10.30am 12 July '20 with Jesmond Parish Church, Newcastle UK

This morning Ramzi Adcock will be preaching on ‘Racism’ - Racism is a big issue in our world today, and one which has been brought to the forefront with the recent Black Lives Matter movement. So how should we, as Christians, think about Racism? Join us as Ramzi opens the Scriptures and shows us that, because God has created us as wonderfully diverse people, all made in his image, then we should care about the issue, and pray and work to challenge it wherever we see it.

Dan McBride’s children’s talk is on ‘Don't Let Satan Tear Us Apart!' from Nehemiah 5 - Last week we saw how Satan attacked Nehemiah and God's people from the outside, by sending people to laugh at them and threaten them. Today we see how he can attack God's people from the inside, by making us turn on one another with the aim of tearing us apart. Let's learn from how Nehemiah handles the situation. Andy and Dan's team have provided downloadable activities for children and youth to go with the talks: for you to do Sunday school from home: Click here to download.

Throughout the Coronavirus outbreak Clayton TV will be live streaming 3 weekly services. All our services will still include music, prayers and Bible teaching and graphics to help you participate from home.

This is the permament link to our upcoming/latest 9.30am Claytonchurch our short interactive service.

This is the permanent link to our upcoming/latest 10.30am Jesmond Parish service live stream.

This is the permanent link to our upcoming/latest 6.30pm Jesmond Parish service live stream.

The 10.30am morning and 6.30pm evening service is filmed remotely with Jesmond Parish Church, Newcastle UK and using pre-filmed music from the Keswick Convention.

For information about how to film your own services go to to www.clayton.tv and click on 'Corona Live' to find out more.

Length: -2hrs -12mins

Jesmond Parish Church is a large evangelical Anglican church in the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. People of all ages and many nationalities attend, and many students find a home at JPC while in Newcastle upon Tyne. The Bible is at the centre of all we do, as we aim to know and serve Jesus Christ and to make him known, here and world-wide. Why not try any of our Sunday services to find out more about JPC – and about Jesus? For more info, how to find us and masses of other resources check out www.church.org.uk.

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