These groups from Brixton and Charing congregations were enthralled by Jehovah’s creative works seen on our tours at the Natural History Museum. The also came to appreciate more of our wonderful Creator’s qualities.

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Here a group from the Cheshunt congregation are spending time with the fishes on Tour 15 – ‘His invisible qualities are clearly seen’. Many of Jehovah’s marvelous qualities revealed through His creative works are examined on this tour.

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This group from London Shepherds Bush Portuguese congregation were diligent students, completing their worksheets on their Tour 14 ‘In an awe-inspiring way I am wonderfully made’ This Teddington group followed shortly on the same tour and here they are proudly showing their completed worksheets!After lunch, they were back again for Tour 15His invisible qualities are clearly seen. They look very happy to have come to appreciate Jehovah’s creative works that much more – even if they have ended up among the Molluscs!

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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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We visited Nat History Museum yesterday (9 Mar 2019) and went on The Human Body Bible Tour 10.30am and then Animals (inc birds etc) Tour at 1.30pm.

The Brothers who gave the Talks were excellent, informative, attentive, good sense of humour, friendly. A delightful experience and we learnt so much more about Jehovah’s wonderful Creation.

Much appreciated

Sister ___

Whittlesey Congregation

Here are one of the four groups from Whittlesey congregation after completing Tour 14 at the Natural History Museum. The theme of the tour is ‘In an awe-inspiring way I am wonderfully made‘, and they certainly seemed to enjoy getting to know themselves much better! Here they are listening intently while learning about amazing things accomplished by our kidneys….

The Natural History Museum tours are now available for group bookings. Please email or phone us to arrange yours!

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

 

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