This weekend we’re looking at one of the most remarkable events in the life of the church, as the so-called ‘Day of Pentecost’ brought an amazing boost to the life of the early church. We see this in the New Testament book of Acts, in chapter 2, which is what we’re looking at in our second talk in our new series, ‘Launching the Church’.
If you want to get revved-up as a Christian, or perhaps even want to just find out what it means to follow Jesus for the first time, then this is a perfect weekend to come and join us.
We meet at 5pm on Saturday night, with an all-aged church service with creche and kids’ program, followed by a hearty meal for us all to share. On Sunday at 9am we have a more classic Anglican service, with classic hymns and well-known prayer book words, which is followed by tasty espresso at morning tea.
During both services we’ll be hearing answers to the questions you asked last weekend, which are:
1 Is ignoring your parents a sin?
2 Is the book called ‘Acts’ or ‘Acts of the Apostles’?
3 Could ‘Acts’ be called ‘Acts of the Holy Spirit’ or ‘Acts of the Early Church’?
4 What makes the Apostles so special?
5 How can Jesus be returning soon if the good news has not yet been preached to all nations?
6 Did Judas go to hell?
7 Should we pray to the Holy Spirit?
We’d really love you to join us, especially if you’ve never come for a long time or even if you’ve never ever been to church. You’ll love it!
Grace and peace, Jodie.