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Easter services

by Mark Calder

So Jesus died. (Good Friday) Jesus came back from death. (Easter Day) SO WHAT? What’s it about? Why the long weekend? What difference does it make? Why does it matter? Please join us over Easter to find out! Below are all the details and maps to our sites and contact details can be found here. AND DON’T MISS: Our dawn […]

Scenes from the final hours – reading notes Wk 7

by Mark Calder
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Notes and readings for the week beginning 29th March for Good Friday and Easter Day – Mark 15:21-39 and 16:1-8 are below, with a PDF version here.  Our series on Jesus’ final hours comes to a conclusion. Take time during the week to read back over the passages we’ve looked at from the start of ch 14 […]

Facebook

by Mark Calder

Are you on Facebook? Would you please like our Facebook page and then share our photo with all the details of our Easter services? That will help spread the word. Thank you!

730am next Sunday – with our Easter choir

by Mark Calder

Next Sunday at 730am will be a very special service of Morning Prayer with a special Easter choir. The rehearsal this morning showed the beautiful skill and musicality of the choir directed by Michael Calder and accompanied by Chris Ivey.  

Scenes from the final hours – reading notes Wk 6

by Mark Calder
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Notes and readings for the week beginning 22nd March are below, with a PDF version here.  The Jesus mocked scene The dominant theme in chapter 15 is ‘the king of the Jews’. Jesus revealed himself in public as such for the first time by his mounted entry into Jerusalem (11:1-11). But ironically, it is in his […]

Scenes from the final hours – reading notes Wk 5

by Ian Dredge
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Notes and readings for the week beginning 15th March are below, with a PDF version here.  Notes by Simon Keith for next Sunday’s sermon on Mark 14: 66-72– Jesus denied scene The focus in the preceding passage is on the arrest and trial of Jesus. Now we move back to consider Peter, who has embodied the journey […]