Easter 2010

March 27, 2010

You are warmly invited to our Easter services:

Two thousand years ago the Roman army executed a young Jewish man. He was one of tens of thousands to die in this way. We have forgotten all the others, but we have not forgotten him. He is remembered – even worshipped – by millions of people all around the world. Why?

There is a simple answer: he is the Son of God and he rose from the dead, and is alive today.

If the resurrection is true (and the Bible says it is), then there is life after death! Jesus’ conquering of death gives hope to us all. We too can share in his victory over death and live for ever, even though we die.

If you’re already sure you have a place in heaven, why not join us in worshipping God this Easter, to thank him for what he has done for you? And if you’re not yet sure, why not find out for yourself whether you can really know that Jesus died and rose for you? The Bible tells us that the Good News about Jesus was written so “that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that in believing you may have life in his name” (John 20:31).

This Easter, we at Bethel Evangelical Church invite you to join us at one of our special Easter services. Whether you already believe, or you’re not sure, or even if you’re a sceptic, you’ll be sure of a very warm welcome, and an opportunity to hear what the Bible says about some of the most important questions you could ever ask.

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