Very early in the morning, Mary Magdalene came to the place where Jesus had been buried. She found that the stone had been rolled away and that his body had disappeared. Weeping outside the tomb, Mary met a stranger and discovered to her joy and delight that he was her risen Lord.
In the resurrection of Jesus at Easter, God begins something completely new: a new first day of the week, new creation and new life. And Easter by Easter, Sunday by Sunday, day by day, God is always doing something new among us. May God bless you this Easter with new life, new light and new hope in Jesus.
Alleluia. Christ is risen.
He is risen indeed. Alleluia.
John Paul Hoskins
|Standard Sunday Services|
|St Peter's, Winchcombe|
|10.30am||All Age Worship||1st Sunday|
|10.30am||Parish Communion||2nd/3rd/4th/5th Sundays|
|6.30pm||Choral Evensong||Except 2nd Sunday|
|Christ Church, Gretton|
|10.00am||Morning Worship||1st/3rd/5th Sundays|
|Holy Communion||2nd/4th Sundays|
|St Michael's, Stanley Pontlarge|
|9.15am||Holy Communion||1st/3rd Sundays|
|St Mary's, Sudeley Manor|
|By specific arrangement|