Here a great group from London Ealing and nearby congregations really enjoyed Tour 13 – ‘Hold Fast to What is Fine’. We expect they will have much to contribute to the ‘gems’ part of their meeting this week!

While this group of visitors from all around the world learnt how many popular customs, traditions and doctrines mean that we have to ‘Choose for Ourselves’ what God we will worship, and what it means to serve Jehovah with integrity and faithfulness. Will you benefit from British Museum Tour 6 as they did?

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All our Bible Tours at the British Museum meet at this stone lion in the Great Court. Yes, it has been better days, but it makes for a great landmark!

This week we were pleased to guide a large group from BRD who took some well-earned time off the Chelmsford project, as well as a smaller group from Ockendon congregation along with visitors from around the world.

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It seems like we had a number of curious Roman Emperors join the group photo for tour 3 – ‘This is History Written in Advance’! It’s only fair – we do talk a lot about them!

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These groups avidly followed Tour 6 – ‘Chose for Yourselves’ at the British Museum, and were amazed at the ancient Egyptian customs that still affect our lives today. Of course, the young ones especially enjoyed learning about Egyptian mummies!

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These two groups from Amington in Staffordshire were among many enjoying our Bible Tours at the British Museum yesterday. They found Tour 13 – ‘Hold Fast to What is Fine” – to be very interesting and valuable. Have you been recently? An enjoyable and up-building day awaits you.

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This group of visitors from a number of countries were fascinated by Tour 1. Here they are seeing just how brutal the Assyrians could be! What a powerful lesson in trusting in Jehovah, so valuable at this critical time.

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This group from Huntingdon had just completed Tour 15 – ‘His Invisible Qualities are Clearly Seen’ at the Natural History Museum in London. It looks like they enjoyed it very much! We also lead groups from Baintree South and Northwood on the same day. The tours at the Natural History Museum are particularly useful for young ones exposed to the evolution theory at school, but for all who love the wise Creator they are designed to really build faith. Why not contact us to organise a tour for your congregation?

Frequently Asked Questions about the Natural History Museum tours may be answered here.

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These were some from the happy visitors at the British Museum on Saturday. They joined some of Jehovah’s servants from USA, Norway, Australia, Ghana, Ukraine, Hungary, Poland, Uganda, Cameroon, Germany, Brazil and England. What a happy and united international brotherhood we enjoy – all to the praise of our loving God! These groups enjoyed Tour 8 – Examples of Loyal Obedience and  Tour 9 – Keep Your Eyes on the Prize.

Will you enjoy a similar faith-strengthening experience at the British Museum soon?

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This group from Southend on Sea had just completed tour 14 at the Natural History Museum. The tour is entitled ‘In an awe-inspiring way I am wonderfully made’ and it provides an fascinating insight into the marvellous way our bodies work.

When will the Natural History Museum tours be generally available? Please keep checking this website!!

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Here Poole Central congregation and some new friends from different parts of the world enjoy Tour 2 – ‘Jehovah Is A God of True Prophecy’. The same tour was enjoyed a little later in the day by a group from Dunstable North (below).

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This international group of visitors, including some from Estonia, enjoyed Tour 4 – ‘Problems Faced by Early Christians.’
We had many other visitors from countries around the world really benefitting from the instruction and association with fellow believers in the British Museum today.


Meanwhile, Clapton Congregation found the new Tour 13 very interesting and spiritually stimulating.

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We had a very busy day with three congregations ‘piloting’ the two new tours at the Natural History Museum in London. The groups from Chelmer Village, Hanwell and Hertford looked like they had a great time as well as learning more about our Grand Creator.

If you are interested to bring a “pilot” group of no more than 30 people, please get in touch.

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This group from the French Selhurst congregation were acting as ‘guinea pigs’, helping us pilot and refine one of our Natural History Museum Tours – this part looking at how birds help us to see some of Jehovah’s invisible qualities (Rom 1:20).

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This is one of the groups from Grange Park Congregation – having a lot of fun but also learning about how Egyptian customs and beliefs affect us today. They were on Tour 6 – “Choose for Yourselves”. Is that a tour your congregation has done? If not, why not book as soon as possible!

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This group from Hayes Congregation bravely volunteered to pilot our Natural History Museum Tours, currently in development. Some further pictures below…

 

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Learning why “Time Matters” to Christians, as well as a little seamanship, are the London Perry Hill congregation. They were on Tour 11 at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich.

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The British Museum has much to see relating to the Bible and helping us to build stronger evidence-based faith. These friends from many countries have just completed Tour 8 in this picture, and earlier had enjoyed the new Tour 13 – “Hold Fast to What is Fine”….

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