Why Easter Matters
When Jesus rose from the dead, after being crucified two days before, the effect on the world was dramatic: within weeks thousands of people had experienced a complete revolution in their lives and their understanding of the world, a number which grew to hundreds of thousands within a few years and millions not long after that. But today, many people struggle to see what all the fuss is about. Over the Easter period, We'll be looking at the Easter account in Mark's gospel to see what happened at Easter, why it matters so much, and why its significance will never go away.
Our recent venue move has disrupted our service recordings, with the result that so far only one of these sermons (28th March) has been recorded properly, and the sound quality on that one is a little poor. We apologise for this and will aim to record future sermons properly. Please bear with us.