#EasterMeans: A whole Easter service online

We hope you enjoyed this year’s online Easter service. Please share each post with your friends on social media and help us share the good news of Christ’s resurrection! A big thank you to all this year’s contributors, in our challenge to keep it simple, and be inspired to focus upon the joy of today.

Christ is Risen indeed, Alleluia!

This year’s order of service is as follows, click on the links to view each section, which draw upon a range of styles:

Whilst YouWait: Jumping for Joy

Opening Prayer: Helen Steiner Rice

Song ‘Now the Green Blade Rises’: Metanoia

Reflection: The graveclothes were empty

Spoken Word: #Imfullcositwasempty

Song of Faith: Nick Morgan (1 Peter) 

Read: The Stone Had Rolled Away

Song of Easter: Kathryn Rose

Reading: Luke 24

Song: South Africa Hallelujah

Poem: Mysterious Cross

Sermon: Stephen Cherry

Song: The Cross Stands Above it all

Song: This is Amazing Grace

Closing Prayer: Andy Mitchell

If you wish to give as part of a retiring collection, our chosen charity for this service is Tearfund.

HE_IS_RISEN_If you wish to read a little more, try out WordLive ‘He is Risen‘ (suggested by @sarahgiles)

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