12th April 2020 Hi friends, below is the link from our virtual Easter gathering earlier today. Big thanks to all who participated. Although our celebrations may look different this year, our faith remains the same. Easter is a time of hope, a reminder of rebirth and renewal, and a belief in better seasons to come. […]
Hi kids, it will soon be Easter and we’ve been thinking about how you could help us celebrate the Easter story by making something at home, an Easter Garden! Please send photo’s or videos to connect@hopechurchnottingham (by Thursday eve, 9th April) and we will include in our Easter Sunday service! Suggested things required To make […]
Easter Sunday 2018. We were blessed to have David Shearman speak this morning as part of our celebrations for Resurrection Sunday. David spoke about how we can get Easter “down on the ground” and live in the power, hope and peace of resurrection. As part of today’s service we asked members of the Hope family […]
A few encouraging words on why it matters to reflect on this important week in the Christian calendar. This podcast leads into the Holy Week daily podcast devotional, which you can find by clicking on the holy week tag below.
So here on Day 7 we come to the end of our talks by coming to the beginning of the New Life that Easter promises and may we all both know and live in the life that Jesus died in order that we might possess – a life both abundant and new.
And so fixed between Good Friday and Easter Sunday we are faced with the waiting. What do we do with the waiting? What do we do in the waiting? On this day six of Holy Week we explore what it mean to wait – and to wait well for the promise to be delivered
As we arrive at Good Friday we take time to reflect and think about the Crucifixion and how the death of Jesus offers new life to you and me.
In this episode of the podcast we take the phrase from John the Baptist who in seeing Jesus said, ‘Behold the lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.’ Through it we contrast the Jewish sacrificial system with the life of Jesus and how in the giving of his life we are […]
Jesus said, ..’Unless a kernel of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only a single seed. But if it dies, it produces many seeds.’ Today we look at what it means to die to self in order to live fully for Christ.
In day two of Holy Week we look at the subject of humility using the story of Jesus washing the disciples feet. What can we learn about the humility of Jesus? That it came out of a deep understanding of who he was and why he was here.