Why is a grisly torture and execution found at the heart of the Christian faith? Is Christianity essentially a morbid belief system? Why would we call the day we commemorate the murder of Jesus, “Good”? Come and explore these questions and more at our Good Friday service. Good Friday is a day where many Christians take time to specifically remember the crucifixion of our Lord as part of our preparation to celebrate his resurrection on Easter. If you’re skeptical or agnostic when it comes to Christianity, we understand and invite you to come along to consider whether these things are relevant or true. If you’re a believer we invite you to come along and consider the same as well as celebrate the counterintuitive power of the cross.
Friday, April 18 at 10:30am – 12:00pm, 283 Karangahape Road, Auckland
We know that the fact that we believe Jesus physically rose from the dead sounds crazy, but what if it’s true? What if the resurrection really was history and not myth, fact and not just dogma? What would it mean for your life and the life of the world itself? Easter is a time when Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus in victory over death. Wherever you’re at in your spiritual understanding we invite you to come along to consider and celebrate the claim of the resurrection.
Sunday, April 20 at 10:30am – 12:00pm, 283 Karangahape Road, Auckland