Few moments shape history in quite the same way as the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The seemingly run of the mill execution of a Jewish prophet, led to the explosion of a movement that declared that the man, Jesus had risen from the dead. It was a movement that claimed Jesus was more than a prophet and that his death and resurrection had created the possibility of a new reality for all who followed him. Join us in celebrating these events and find out more at our Easter Services this year.
Holy Communion, Maundy Thursday
6th April, 6:30pm, St. Luke’s Church
Join us as we remember Jesus’s last supper with his disciples in which he gave them a way to celebrate and remember his death.
The Easter Story, Good Friday
7th April, 10:30-11:15am, St. Luke’s Church
An interactive retelling of the Easter Story for all ages. In the style of a crib service, we build up a montage portraying the Easter Story.
Good Friday Meditations
7th April, 12noon until 3pm, St. George’s Church
Split into 30 minute slots, join us for some or all of the time as we travel through the events of Jesus’s crucifixion. An outline of the sessions are below:
8th April, 1:30-4:30pm, St. George’s church grounds
Barbecue, crafts, bunny treasure hunt, biscuit decorating. This is not a fundraiser, just a fun event for all the family.
Easter Sunday Eucharist
9th April, 9:30am-10:30am, St. George’s
Join us for a traditional celebration of the resurrection of Jesus.
Easter Sunday All Age Celebration with Holy Communion
9th April, 11:00am-12:00pm, St. Luke’s
Join us for an All Age celebration of the resurrection of Jesus.