Services on Easter
Happy Easter! This service includes the confirmation and welcome of 11 new members to the church. Readings John 10:1-18
Today Rev Heflin reflects on another of the amazing ‘resurrection appearances’ as Jesus calls some of the disciples to breakfast with him after fishing. Special thanks to Megan for sharing her story ‘of life and faith’ in our ‘Open Pages’ interview series.
Today we are reflecting on a very special encounter with Jesus on the Emmaus Road. John will be exploring this amazing experience for the disciples and thinking about the roads we choose to take in our own lives. Special thanks to Rev Barbara for sharing her story ‘of life and faith’ in our ‘Open Pages’ interview series.
The Order of Service can be downloaded here. You can download text versions of the sermon and prayers of intercession here. Part 6 – Song Part 7 – John 14:15-21 Part 8 – The Promised Helper – Sermon Part 9 – Prayers of Intercession
Download the service sheet here. Text versions of the Psalm, Reading, Sermon and prayers of intercession can be downloaded here. Collection and Offering can be given online here. If you are finding these services valuable please consider giving a small amount to help support the church. 4. Psalm 23 7. John 10:1-10 9. The Good Shepherd 10. Prayers of Intercession
You can download the service sheet here. Text version of the Bible Studies and reflection can be downloaded here. Video and Audio versions Below. Collection and Offering can be given online here. If you are finding these services valuable please consider giving a small amount to help support the church. Dramatised Reading Bible Study One Bible Study Two Reflection
The service sheet can be downloaded here. Part 5 – Ring Out the Bells Words and Music by Mark, Helen and Naomi Johnson © 2018 & 2019 Out of the Ark Ltd, Middlesex TW12 2HD. CCLI Song No. 7119882l. Used with permission Part 9 – What does Easter mean to me? Part 10 – Not so doubting Thomas
Readings Mark 16:1-8, 1 Corinthians 15:1-11 Signs and secrets Today, the fish is a symbol of Christianity that we use on keyrings and bumper stickers. But 2000 years ago, it played a much more dangerous role – 2000 years ago, when Mark’s Gospel was written, Christians lived in fear of their lives because the Roman Emperor Nero wanted to wipe them all out. The fish was chosen as a secret password, partly because Jesus’ disciples had been called to be…