On Good Friday (19th April) we will be remembering and celebrating our Lord’s death from 5 p.m. We’ll be having a fellowship meal together and sharing Communion and then from 6 p.m. will be reflecting on the 7 last words spoken by Jesus as He hung on the cross. This will be a time of reflection, prayer and consideration as we think about the themes touched on in these words, but there will also be prayer activities to help us focus and the service will be accessible to all ages.
So if you want to reflect on forgiveness, hopes and dreams, family relationships, feelings, spiritual thirst, contentment and satisfaction in God and how to face death with the courage and faith Jesus showed, come along to our service and take part at your own pace and in your own way.
On Easter Sunday we will have two services to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ: a Communion service at 10.30 a.m. and a family service at 6 p.m. All welcome at both services. As Chris Tomlin sings, because of Christ’s resurrection, now we too can know resurrection power ‘lviing on the inside’. Praise God for the death and resurrection of Jesus!
Living on the inside
Jesus, You have given us freedom
No longer bound by sin and darkness
Living in the light of Your goodness
You have given us freedom.’ (‘Resurrection Power’, Chris Tomlin)