Kingship, servanthood, and suffering are held together in the Psalms, as in the portrait of Jesus in the New Testament
We will soon begin our Lenten journey with the invitation to receive the mark of ashes during the liturgy of Ash Wednesday.
The 14 stations of the walk were marked by a series of bronze sculptures telling the story of the journey of Jesus from the Last Supper to the Cross.
Easter has come and gone, but lives on in the life of every Christian, a fact we celebrate every time we gather for worship on a Sunday. This year, with floods, pestilence and war dominating our consciousness, we need the power of Easter more than ever.
Easter is that time of the year when the most offensive and most attractive aspects of the Christian faith find a moment of display. It’s when we look death in the face and say, “Stuff you.”
In a world of profound uncertainty and manifest cruelty, I find Jesus’ words in John 8:12 a profound reassurance: “I am the light of the world.
Anglicans can check transparency of Easter egg production with these handy guides.
People will have the chance to reflect on Christ’s love in a different way during the Easter period, through an art display at St Jude’s Carlton.
Anglicans are preparing to enjoy their first “normal” Easter services in three years following COVID-driven service cancellations 2020 and attendance caps, masks and check-in procedures in 2021.