Man Killed For Telling The Truth
If you had read these headlines in your daily paper, I’m sure you would want to find out just what this story was all about. It would be the first item on the Six O’clock News and probably be all over the media sites, but seeing that this did not happen recently, but almost 2,000 years ago, who cares?
Well, millions upon millions of people over the intervening years have cared. In fact, cared enough not only to want to know everything concerning this extraordinary event, but have even died to make sure that others know the greatest story ever told.
It is the death of Jesus Christ on the cross, on Good Friday, without doubt the most important time in the Christian Church. We remember how our Saviour gave His life for all mankind, to bring salvation to the world, but many do not even recognise this day. Oh yes, they love the celebrations that take place at Christmas when we remember His birth, but are they only an excuse for a good time to some folk?
Unfortunately Good Friday, for many, is just another day, with the added bonus of hot cross buns for tea!
What will you be doing on Easter Sunday? Will you be in Church celebrating the wonder of the Risen Lord, or will you be thinking of those cuddly Easter bunnies and fluffy Easter chicks, whilst eating your fill of chocolate eggs?
Good Friday and Easter Sunday are so often overlooked by the world these days, but if you want to know more and would like to share in our celebrations, then please accept our warm invitation to share in our services this year.
Oh yes! What did those headlines mean?
Why, Jesus simply told the truth; that He was and is and will always be the Son of God.
All services in English are at 11am each Sunday, whilst those in German are at 4pm on the 2nd and 4th Sundays.
2nd – Songs of Praise
7th – Good Friday
9th – Holy Communion for Easter
16th – Morning Prayer
23rd – Holy Communion
30th – 5th Sunday Service
We look forward to welcoming you to our services this month.
Blessings and love