EASTER 2020

Jesus. He was the man of sorrows, who carried the weight of humanity’s sin on His shoulders. As Jesus hung on the Cross, it appeared that all hope was lost; the earth was still, and for a moment, evil had won and death reigned supreme. Yet with the morning light, Jesus rose from the dead in all of His glory and power, bringing grace and freedom to all humanity and restoring all who acknowledge Him as their Saviour in to relationship with God the Father. O death where is your sting? No longer would sin and death rule; Jesus won the ultimate victory! This Easter, we celebrate Jesus our Saviour and remember that He made a way for all to the Father.

We would love to invite you to join with us on Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday! Due to current global events and restrictions this Easter we will be gathering ONLINE.

You can join us live on Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday at 10am through our Online Church Connect platform. Invite your friends, family and everyone you know below!

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Good Friday

Adelaide

Friday 10th April

10am

Bristol

Friday 10th April

10am

Melbourne

Friday 10th April

10am

New York

Friday 10th April

10am

Singapore

Friday 10th April

10am

Resurrection Sunday

Adelaide

Sunday 12th April

10am

Bristol

Sunday 12th April

10am

Melbourne

Sunday 12th April

10am

New York

Sunday 12th April

10am

Singapore

Sunday 12th April

10am

"He possessed no distinguishing beauty or outward splendour to catch our attention—nothing special in his appearance to make us desire him. He was despised and rejected by men, a man of deep sorrows who was no stranger to suffering and grief. We hid our faces from him in disgust and considered him a nobody, not worthy of respect. Yet he was the one who carried our sicknesses and endured the torment of our sufferings. We viewed him as one who was being punished for something he himself had done, as one who was struck down by God and brought low. But it was because of our rebellious deeds that he was pierced and because of our sins that he was crushed. He endured the punishment that made us completely whole, and in his wounding we found our healing. Like wayward sheep, we have all wandered astray. Each of us has turned from God’s paths and chosen our own way; even so, Yahweh laid the guilt of our every sin upon him."

Isaiah 53:2-6 TPT