The Cross

Teaching Series: March 2013

Something incredible happened at the cross:
A massive torn curtain.
An earthquake with splitting rocks.
Graves broken open.
Dead-people raised and
The heart of a centurion forever changed (Matthew 27:50-54).

Something happened, but what exactly?
What difference does it make to me?
Why should I care?


Through five Sundays we will look at the cross and see for ourselves if it really is ‘the power of God’ (1 Corinthians 1:18).



Simon Harris, Senior Minister

 

 

 

 

 



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Witnessing The cross made such a difference, it's our job to witness Simon Harris 31 Mar 2013
Wondering Key parts of the New Testament try to explain the cross by analogy and metaphor
(Reading: 1 Corinthians 1:18 - 2:15)
Simon Harris 24 Mar 2013
Walking in the shadow of the Cross Self denial and sacrificial service are at the heart of following Christ
(Reading: Luke 9:18-27)
Simon Barrington 17 Mar 2013
Watching Crucifixion was a terrible death, but for Christians it is important to understand
(Reading: Matthew 27:27-56)
Simon Harris 10 Mar 2013
Waiting Even in the earliest books of the Old Testament, The Cross is on God's mind
(Reading: Isaiah 52:1-12)
Simon Harris 03 Mar 2013


Sunday 3rd March
Waiting
Service includes communion

Sunday 10th March
Watching

Sunday 17th March
Walking
Preacher: Simon Barrington, CEO Samaritan’s Purse UK

Sunday 24th March (Palm Sunday)
Wondering

Sunday 31st March (Easter Sunday)
Witnessing
Service includes communion

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