23rd March 2015
Last Sunday we finished off the ‘I Am’ series looking at what Jesus says about himself in John’s gospel. Click here to find all the talks from the series.
Sunday 29th March
Morning: It’s the start of the Easter season, and to kick things off we’ll be remembering Palm Sunday; the day when Jesus entered Jerusalem the week before his death. Adrian will be talking us through why this event matters so much, all getting underway from 10:30am at Edgbaston Cricket Ground!
Thursday 2nd April
Maundy Thursday: The night before his death, Jesus shared the last supper with his disciples and visited the garden of Gethsemane to pray, wait, and wrestle with what was about to happen. We’ll be gathering for an evening of prayer and worship, and sharing communion together, to remember that night and be reminded of what it cost him to draw us back to God. 8pm-9:30pm at the Oasis Suite, Edgbaston Cricket Ground.
Sunday 5th April
Easter Morning: Come and join us on Easter day for an all-age family service - including an Easter Egg Hunt, a shorter main meeting, and loads of fun along the way as we get to celebrate the amazing news that Jesus is alive! It gets underway at Edgbaston Cricket Ground from 10:30am and promises to be a fantastic morning. We’ll also be taking the opportunity to gather food for Foodbank Sunday as we do on the first Sunday of every month (see below for more details).
Wednesday 1st April
Impact: Quality live music for just £1, at one of the best venues in the city? Not a joke, but the return of Impact for another fantastic night! This time out, we’ve got the best of B-Town as we’re joined byFaith, Chartreuse and Oasis’ very own Joanna Karselis; who’ll be launching her debut EP live and exclusive. Get yourselves down to the Hare and Hounds in Kings Heath from 8pm!
Sunday 5th April
Foodbank Sunday: Also on Easter morning, we’ll be doing our usual Foodbank Sunday, which takes place on the first Sunday of every month. On these days, we bring non-perishable goods in order to serve the city by helping resource local foodbanks to provide food for those who can’t afford to feed themselves at the moment. As we celebrate the amazing gift of life and hope that Jesus offers through his resurrection, let’s make a big effort to show that same life and hope to those in the city who are struggling.