Easter Sunday service is at 10.30am on Sunday afternoon at our hall here.
“Who do people say I am?”
It’s a good question. People talked about him when he was walking around the Middle East two millennia ago . People still talk about him today. Some say he was a teacher. Some say he was a good man. Some say he was a prophet – a preacher – a mystic. Some say he was a pain in the backside. Yet nobody denies he has been the most influential person in the whole of history.
“But what about you?”
“Who do you say I am?”
That’s a harder question to answer.
You might have had his name on your lips this week when you were frustrated by the traffic – or when you stubbed your toe. You might have been told a lot about him. But have you ever read his story for yourself?
As a bunch of Christians, we want to help people learn about the real Jesus. We think you’ll find him more controversial and more outrageous than you expect. We also think you’ll find him the source of more hope than you ever imagined.
We run a six week course to help people read the story of Jesus for themselves and ask questions. It’s relaxed but thought-provoking. There’s no commitment to return after week one. There’s usually cake.
If you’re interested then get in touch.