Christ is risen!
Greetings! from the Chaplain
Bishop Robert, leading an
Easter Day Service at 09:00,
will be on the Diocesan YouTube channel.
and you can watch the service via YouTube by clicking here
We can all join together with congregations across the whole of Europe
Alleluia! The Lord is risen.
He is risen indeed. Alleluia!
Shaun, our organist, celebrates Easter Day with a hymn
Part of Sunday Worship is giving our offerings to God, in acts of service and financial support. Unfortunately, whilst the church is closed and we are unable to take a physical collection at a Sunday service, the bills still keep coming!
If you are able, we would be very grateful if you could therefore consider making a donation, or pledging a regular amount, so that we can continue to operate in such difficult times. Payments can be made via TWINT or bank transfer (See payments page here). If you would like to pledge a regular amount, which helps us to plan and make best possible use of the income, please contact the Treasurer (in confidence) at firstname.lastname@example.org
BBC1 television will be showing a special Easter Sunday service today at 12:25 Swiss time.
The Very Reverend Kathy Jones leads today’s service, from Bangor Cathedral in north Wales. The preacher is the Right Reverend Andy John, the Bishop of Bangor. The programme includes Easter hymns sung by the Songs of Praise congregation recorded in March 2018, and was filmed before the closure of all UK church buildings was announced. Click here to watch
Today’s Easter Sunday radio service from the BBC is broadcast at 9:10am, Swiss time.
In a spiritual gathering across the world, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby leads a specially compiled service to celebrate the joyful story of Easter resurrection. Producer: Andrew Earis. Click here to listen
Today’s Songs of Praise, on BBC1 television at 14:15 Swiss time.
For this Easter Sunday, Katherine Jenkins is in Birmingham, celebrating Easter day in an episode recorded before the current restrictions came into effect. She hears how a new church, St Luke’s Gas Street in the heart of Birmingham, has grown in just four years. She meets its leader, Tim Hughes, and a member of its young congregation whose life has been transformed by Christianity. Sean Fletcher talks to former Birmingham City footballer, now pastor, Ricky Otto and hears his story from prison to pitch to pulpit. Sean also learns the skills of making stained-glass windows with a father and son who have been doing it all their lives.
With Easter songs and hymns from across the country and a special rendition of a hymn from St George’s Cathedral in Jerusalem. Click here to watch.