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Re-emerging in a new World

Reflections from Jeremiah 29 in a Covid landscape
 
Our current Sunday sermon series

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We have had to regrettably cancel meeting together on Sundays during the coronavirus outbreak. However, we are continuing to meet online and continuing to follow current sermon series below. To join our Zoom gathering at 10.30am each Sunday, simply click on https://zoom.us/j/571871793. You will need a password to join the service, so simply email the church office on office@heatonbaptist.org or call us on 0191 2657044 and we will make sure you have the password you will need. 

To help us enjoy a shared experience of worship during Sundays we cannot meet together, the worship team created a Spotify Playlist you can enjoy anytime, and maybe play before our online meeting on Sunday morning. Simply search for 'Heaton Baptist Church together' or click on https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2ow4hghVytd8enzuAM9UZY?si=CIl7yO2FSWC-75EUYa-QSQ. (Please note if you're not on Spotify, you will need to set up an account first). 

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5th July                 Thrive                 Jeremiah 29:4-7

What it means to grow, thrive and seek to settle in the unfamiliar environment we are in.

12th July               Watch                Jeremiah 29:8-9

How to be on our guard and stay true to our faith.

19th July                Seek                   Jeremiah 29:10-14

Why restoration will follow in God’s way, when we seek Him with all our heart.

26th July                Invest                 Jeremiah 29:15-19

A warning to listen to God and not bury our talents.

2nd August           Guard                 Jeremiah 29:20-23

God sees our motives. How can we guard our hearts?

9th August            Work                  Jeremiah 29:24-29

We need to work to survive and thrive. There are things we can do to continue spreading the Gospel. How do we get used to life as it is and be fruitful?