Creepy Cove Community Church Podcast

Don't Let Social Media Possess You (Full Service) feat Regan MacNeil & Pazuzu from The Exorcist.

March 06, 2021 Peter Laws Season 2 Episode 5
Creepy Cove Community Church Podcast
Don't Let Social Media Possess You (Full Service) feat Regan MacNeil & Pazuzu from The Exorcist.
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Don't Let Social Media Possess You (Full Service) feat Regan MacNeil & Pazuzu from The Exorcist
Season Two - Episode Five 

In tonights service, Rupert gives us some news on our missing sound engineer Jackson? Be he alive or dead, and does he still have a face? Listen to the broadcast to find out. Then Rupert introduces us to a special church house group called the DPF...our Demonically Possessed Friends. Little Regan MacNeil joins us from the group...but will she stay as Regan for long...especially when Rupert utters the unmentionable about Pazuzu's 'serpentine winky'.

After some messy business, we hand over to Peter who talks about possession of a different kind...from social media! He shares some of his own experiences with 'the socials' and how they can both add and subtract from life. Tune in to hear what happened when he tried something radical in this area at the start of this year.

Peter then leads us in a time of prayer and meditation based on 'The Exorcist', before the band take to the stage to perform their impossibly catch ditty, 'There's a Demon In My Pocket.'

All that's left is a final chat with Regan about her upcoming church quiz, then we are over and out!

Thanks for coming to our wonderful church on the peak!

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1. Intro
2. Main Title Theme
3. Welcome One and All!
4. Meeting Regan MacNeil & Pazuzu from The Exorcist
5. Bible Reading with Rupert
6. Sermon 'Don't Let Social Media Possess You'
7. Prayer and Meditation (based on The Exorcist)
8. Song - 'There's A Demon In My Pocket'
9. Thanks for Coming!
10. End Title Theme
11. Outro