A Word from Heather

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Sunday May 31, 2020 GIVE THANKS WITH A GRATEFUL HEART! As May draws to a close let us give thanks for those who God has called to serve among least-reached people groups in many countries, and for the opportunity to support them financially. Tune into our May 31 service as we continue our Lament Sermon Series. […]

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The Connecter: HBC’s weekly bulletin

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“The Connect-er connects the Connect-ors” Our people are those who connect, and The Connecter is our bulletin which connects them! Please click on a link below to view or download a PDF – usually less than 1MB.The most recent is at the top. Check the archives links, below, for older editions. Connecter, 31 May 2020Connecter, […]

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A Time to Weep, May 31 2020

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God’s Gift of Lament The entire service, approx 40 minutes, is available on YouTube, below. Sermon Title: Sweet Sorrow In this series we are exploring “Lament” as God’s gift to us and actively engaging in lament for our world, our community, our families and ourselves. Our aim is to learn together how to lament well. […]

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Sunday Church Online

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Sunday May 31, 2020 Welcome to Church! 9:45am “Doors Open” on Zoom Join the Zoom meeting to mingle before, and after, service. Click here to say “Hi!” 10:15am Service Begins on YouTube Today’s Bible Readings: Psalm 60: 1-5 and Luke 6: 17-21Message: “Sweet Sorrow” by Joel Ortiz. Click button to watch live on YouTube: 10:45am […]

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Church Family News

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Sunday May 31, 2020 Keeping you up to date… BUILDING PROGRESS AND CALL TO PRAYER Building of the units is nearing completion and that means we are almost at the end of Stage 2 of our building development project. Things have really begun moving along this week with demolition of internal walls in the Upper […]

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Christmas in Winter

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We’re celebrating Christmas in the middle of Winter to recapture the magic As Winter turns to Spring, and we emerge out of the isolated darkness of the COVID-19 restrictions, what a great way to anticipate the coming of light and warmth. Come and join our celebration of the birth of Jesus over 2000 years ago. […]

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HBC Members – and Others!

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Hobart Baptist Church would not exist without the support and care of our official membership. Despite the uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic the Deacons have scheduled a Church Members’ Meeting for: Sunday 21 June 2020 commencing at 11.30 am The majority of people will meet via Zoom, but there is an opportunity for a […]

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Lament Sermon Series | May 3 to June 7

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A TIME TO WEEP – God’s gift of Lament. “The Bible actually responds to real life. We jump so quickly to everything’s going to be fine and awesome. We forget that the Bible actually allows us, and in fact encourages and maybe even commands us, to stay in those places of suffering, to speak the […]

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Social Justice Taskforce Monthly Bytes

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Take on social justice in bite-sized chunks Welcome to the first “Monthly Byte” prepared by the Tasmanian Baptist Social Justice Taskforce. Each month there will be a “byte” addressing a critical social justice issue in our society. In May, our focus is on Domestic and Family Violence.  Kay Hunter from City Baptist in Launceston has […]

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Tasmanian Baptists News & Prayer

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Sunday May 31, 2020 During May Mission Month, you can support specific families on mission. Pictured above are Andie and Cathie Staunton with their family: Support the Staunton Family >>> Prayer for Michael Rowles and Deloraine Baptist Deloraine is using zoom for Sunday mornings and two mid-week small groups. About two-thirds of their folks are […]

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Pray for our Community

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Specific Prayers for you this week: National Reconciliation Week 2020 Reconciliation Prayer (Prayer from Wontulp Bi-Buya Indigenous Theology Working Group, 13 March 1997) Holy Father, God of Love, You are the Creator of all things. We acknowledge the pain and shame of our history and the sufferings of Our peoples,We ask for your forgiveness.We thank […]

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