The Easter weekend has come and gone and I am glad to say that we were able to hold services here in our building on Good Friday morning (2nd April) and both morning and evening on Easter Sunday (4th April). The death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is the great heart of Christianity, it is the source of life and hope for a fallen, dying world. If ever there is a time when we need to hear where real hope can be found surely this is it. So few people nowadays even know that Easter has something to do with the Bible and the Christian message... So many people think that the Christian message is utterly irrelevant to them. In this there is a personal tragedy in the making. Nothing could be more important this Easter time than to discover who Jesus Christ is and why still He matters.
You can follow these links for more details of our services on Good Friday and Easter Sunday. If you would like to hear about the significance of the death and resurrection of Jesus, then recordings of the messages from the Gospel of John are available here: Good Friday (John 19:28-42) and Easter Sunday morning (John 20:1-10).
Jesus said...“I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live, and everyone who lives and believes in me shall never die. Do you believe this?” (The Gospel of John 11:25-26, ESV)