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A Story For Easter


If you ask children what Easter is about, they'd probably say something about the Easter bunny. It's a pervasive story. Not very persuasive or compelling, but cute and seemingly harmless enough.

But the story of the Easter bunny tends to displace a much more compelling Story. A true Story. An Amazing Story that I'd like to tell you right now in a few words.

The Amazing Story concerns a man, a carpenter who lived 2,000 years ago in an obscure Roman province in a town called Nazareth. At age 30, the Man hung up his leather carpenter's apron and began to speak publicly up and down the countryside.

Religious leaders were ambivalent at best. Most felt deeply threatened, because this ex-carpenter taught in huge outdoor meetings with compelling authority, and he healed people. Not just colds and fevers, but crippled limbs and blind eyes. On two occasions, he even brought people back from the dead.

        

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This is an invitation to visit the website and look at the Bulletin for the

latest Diocesan Information

 www.cofebirmingham.com/news/2015/12/01/bishops-comment-purple-thursday-good-friday/


 


 

 

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We have a weekly Sunday Club, which meets during the 11:00 service,

in the main church hall. The sessions are quite varied and activities

could include: Bible stories told in creative ways, dressing up, acting out,

puppets, building with Lego, games, dancing to CD, playing percussion

instruments and there is always at least one craft activity….. more

Children and Young People’s Activities

Supporting St Anne

St Anne’s Choir

At Concert on Oct 1st. St Anne’s birthday