This weekend in Fitzroy we will be reflecting on Christ's death and resurrection.
On Good Friday (7pm) we will be right into the heart of Christ's Passion. We will also be reflecting on the events from Jesus entrance to Jerusalem until the stone is rolled across his tomb. This will be reflective evening of readings as well as music from the spiritually sensitive Chris Blake and the songwriting skills of Dave Thompson.
Steve Stockman will draw on some of his own writing as well as Robert Harrison's fascinating book Oriel's Diary to lead us through the first part of Easter week. Then Philip Mateer, who can dramatise the entire text of The Gospel According To Mark, will take us into the heart of the Biblical Good Friday account.
On Sunday morning (11am) we will return for another reflective time around the Lord's Table before the women will declare that Jesus has risen and we will look at the implications of these events. As Jesus walks through his life, death and resurrection so we follow him, picking up the lessons he has taught us to finally live up to his empowering... empowering remarkably leading to humility and meekness as we shine in the generation we are called to be light in. Expect reflective, then joyous worship with maybe an original hymn and song thrown in as is Fitzroy's creative style.
We are also endorsing with great enthusiasm the Belfast Passion Walk on Friday and Saturday morning... click here or more information