‘Kingdom’ from ‘Mapped Out By Love’ Oasis Church Birmingham uk



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1st glimpse of a song ‘Kingdom’ taken from the new worship album from Oasis Church Birmingham – www.theoasischurch.com called

Oasis Church Loving God, Loving People – Vol 1
‘Mapped Out By Love’

Fire Alarm Sounds Off At Lexington, KY UK hospital 6-12-2018



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I was at the hospital today (not related to me) when suddenly I hear “code red” from the fire alarm speaker strobes and started going in a calm code 3 bell. It went on for about 30 minutes until they were finally silenced. After I turned off the camera I heard it ding again for them to say “code red all clear” this is the footage I caught.

Nonliving Matter Turn to Living & Something From Nothing | Edward – UK | Atheist Experience 21.44



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The Atheist Experience episode 21.44 for November 12, 2017 with Russell Glasser and James Croft.

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Southern Illinois coach gives shout-out to Lexington after UK game



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After his team’s 71-59 loss to Kentucky, Southern Illinois coach Barry Hinson talked about the hospitality his team had received in Lexington before the game. The Salukis led UK 44-37 in the second half before falling to 0-1 on the season.

Serbian Orthodox Church Of The Holy Prince Lazar Bournville Birmingham UK



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If you go into the leafy suburbs of Bournville Birmingham you come across a strange building. It is the Serbian Orthodox Church of The Holy Prince Lazar completed in 1968.
They opened their doors for the heritage weekend in 2017 and we went in. The priest was talking.
He explained in muted English that they hold services every Saturday night which last between 2 and 3 hours. The congregation is usually over 150 people with the women facing the icon of Mary on the left and the men facing the Icon of Jesus on the right. The service has music plain chant which he demonstrated. Let us listen as we admire the church

We have seen a vibrant heart of a community. One that observes a faith that is unchanging and fundamental in it’s vision. Thanks for watching.

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Places to see in ( Stansted Mountfitchet – UK )



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Places to see in ( Stansted Mountfitchet – UK )

Stansted Mountfitchet is an English village and civil parish in Uttlesford district, Essex, near the Hertfordshire border, 35 miles north of London. The village is served by Stansted Mountfitchet railway station. Stansted Mountfitchet is situated in north west Essex near the Hertfordshire border and 3 miles (5 km) north of Bishop’s Stortford. Stansted Airport is 2 miles (3 km) from the village. The village has three primary schools (Bentfield Primary School, St Mary’s (C of E) Primary School and Magna Carta Primary Academy), and one high school which was renamed the Forest Hall School in September, 2013.

Stansted was a Saxon settlement (the name means ‘stony place’ in Anglo-Saxon) and predates the Norman conquest, although it was not until this invasion that it acquired the suffix Mountfitchet from the Norman baron who settled there. A small remnant of his castle remains, around which a reconstruction of an early Norman castle has been built. Believed to have been fortified originally in the Iron Age, and subsequently by the Romans and Vikings, construction of the Norman castle began in 1066.

St Mary the Virgin’s Church, built in the 1120s, is a redundant church under the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. The brick west tower was added in 1692. A chapel of ease dedicated to Saint John the Evangelist was built in 1889 nearer the centre of the village and is now the village church. Stansted Hall was built in 1871.

Other village attractions include the House on the Hill Toy Museum, which its owners claim “is the largest toy museum in the World”. Located next to Mountfitchet Castle and Norman Village of 1066, both attractions are owned by Alan Goldsmith. The museum opened in 1991 and holds over 80,000 toys, mostly from the 1950s to the 1990s. A working windmill built in 1787 is in the village, and is open to the public once a month.

During the Second World War, the US Air Force constructed an airfield near the village. After the war ended, it was subsequently taken over by the government and developed as a commercial airport. Today, MAG Stansted Airport is accessible by road from Junction 8 of the M11 motorway, near Bishop’s Stortford and direct by train from London Liverpool Street.

In March 2013, Stansted Mountfitchet was named as the UK’s fourth most internet-friendly town. The Google eTown Awards recognise the top places where businesses are most actively embracing the web, and Stansted’s high ranking reflects the increased use of the internet to spur economic growth. The results put Stansted in fourth place behind Richmond, in third, Edinburgh, in second, and Stratford upon Avon, which took the top spot.

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Muslim Explains Why He Believes & Misconceptions About God | Sam – UK | Atheist Experience 21.31



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The Atheist Experience 21.31 for August 6, 2017 with Matt Dillahunty and John Iacoletti.

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Places to see in ( Woodbridge – UK )



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Places to see in ( Woodbridge – UK )

Woodbridge is a town in Suffolk, East Anglia, England, about 8 miles from the seacoast. Woodbridge lies along the River Deben. The town is served by Woodbridge railway station on the Ipswich–Lowestoft East Suffolk Line.

Woodbridge is within a few miles of the wider Ipswich urban area. Woodbridge is close to the most important Anglo-Saxon site in the United Kingdom, the Sutton Hoo burial ship. With 1100 years of recorded history, the town has retained a variety of historical architecture. There are facilities for boating and riverside walks on the River Deben.

Woodbridge Quay Church in Quay Street, once known as the Quay Meeting House, embodies a 2006 merger of the town’s Baptist and United Reformed congregations. It is affiliated to the Baptist Union of Great Britain and the Evangelical Alliance. There is a Methodist Church in St John’s Street, a Salvation Army hall in New Street, and the Roman Catholic Church of St Thomas of Canterbury in St John’s Street. The last forms a joint parish with Framlingham. Avenue Evangelical Church, on the outskirts of Woodbridge, is affiliated to the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches.

Woodbridge lies in the Suffolk Coastal district of the shire county of Suffolk. The Town Council was formed in 1974 as a third-tier successor to the Urban District Council and has a mayor and 16 councillors elected for four wards. The town lies in Suffolk Coastal parliamentary constituency and is currently represented by Conservative Therese Coffey and County Councillor Liberal Democrat Caroline Page.

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Livingstone House drug and alcohol rehab treatment center UK documentary



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Livingstone House is a therapeutic environment where Service Users can access help for their addiction, using a Christian 12 Step Programme, in conjunction …

Caller is Skeptical Why Hosts Don’t Believe in God | Mark – London, UK | Atheist Experience 21.48



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The Atheist Experience episode 21.48 for December 10, 2017 with Russell Glasser and Phil Session.

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We define atheism as the lack of belief in gods. This definition also encompasses what most people call agnosticism.

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Yuma’s Fastest Man and Woman Competition,MARINE CORPS AIR STATION YUMA, AZ, UNITED STATES,02.16.2018



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Places to see in ( Hampton – UK )



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Places to see in ( Hampton – UK )

Hampton is a suburban area on the north bank of the River Thames, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, England, which includes Hampton Court Palace. Hampton is served by two railway stations, including one immediately south of Hampton Court Bridge in East Molesey.

Hampton adjoins Bushy Park on two sides and is west of Hampton Wick and Kingston upon Thames. There are long strips of public riverside in Hampton and the Hampton Heated Open Air Pool is one of the few such swimming pools in Greater London. The riverside, on the reach above Molesey Lock, has residential islands and grand or decorative buildings including Garrick’s House and the Temple to Shakespeare; also on the river is the Astoria Houseboat recording studio. Hampton Ferry provides access across the Thames to the main park of Molesey and the Thames Path National Trail.

The most common type of housing in the north of the district is terraced homes; in the south is it semi-detached. At the western edge of London, many workers commute to adjacent counties, or to Central London; education, health and social work, retail, transport and catering businesses are also significant local employers.

The Anglo-Saxon parish of Hampton converted to secular use in the 19th century included present-day Hampton, Hampton Hill, Hampton Wick and hamlet of Hampton Court surrounding Hampton Court Palace which together are called The Hamptons. The combined population of the Hamptons was 37,131 at the 2001 census. The name Hampton may come from the Anglo-Saxon words hamm meaning an enclosure in the bend of a river and ton meaning farmstead or settlement.

The Christian churches in Hampton and Hampton Hill work together as Churches Together Around Hampton. The church buildings are a significant presence in the area many of them being architecturally stand-alone listed buildings in otherwise often quite homogenous 20th century housing estates. The ministers and members provide a range of services for the community.

Garrick’s Temple hosts a free Sunday afternoon Shakespeare exhibition (14.00–17.00) from early April to 30 October and a series of summer drama, music and exhibitions. Hampton Youth Project has been an economically and recreationally resourceful youth centre since 1990. Built in a converted coach depot on the Nurserylands Estate it offers a wide programme of activities for those aged 11–19. Parks include borough-sponsored football pitches and tennis courts in the north and west of the district and children’s playgrounds there and in Bushy Park and Hampton Village Green in the east and south.

Hampton Station is on the London Waterloo to Shepperton train line. The Library is in a Georgian building on Thames Street with a double blue plaque to two former residents, the singer John Beard and William Ewart MP, the Politician behind the Public Libraries Act 1850.

In keeping with its lack of high rise buildings, the district has no dual carriageways, its main routes the A308 and A312, have in their busiest sections an additional filter or bus lane. Bus routes that serve Hampton are the 111, R68 and 216. The 411 and R70 and 285 serve Hampton Court, Nurserylands and Hampton Hill respectively.

The main station is towards the south-west and by the main parades of shops on either side of the line: Hampton; just north of Hampton Hill is Fulwell railway station; both are on the Shepperton Branch Line. Just south of Hampton Court neighbourhood, clustered about the Tudor, Stuart and Georgian Palace and Gardens is Hampton Court railway station on the Hampton Court Branch Line. Hampton Wick railway station is on the Kingston Loop Line. The London terminus for both lines is London Waterloo.

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