The Son of God in history

In Antioch, followers of Jesus were first called Christians presumably because they were all about Christ. They talked about him, thought about him, sang about him, worshipped him. We want to be the same. So we are going to take 5 sessions to look at the person and work of Christ – from before the dawn of time until the end of history. My prayer is that each week we might be moved to sing with the hymn-writer, “Hallelujah, what a saviour!”

Sunday 24 MarchIncarnation
Good Friday 29 MarchCrucifixion
Easter Sunday 31 MarchResurrection
Sunday 7 AprilAscension
Sunday 14 AprilReturn
24 March – Incarnation – The eternal Son of God became man, that men might become sons of God
Good Friday 29 March – The Passover Lamb and the purifying fountain (John 19:31-37)
Easter Sunday 31 March – My Father and your Father (John 20:1-18)
7 April – The ascended Son of God
Sunday 14 April – The return of the King
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