Easter at CCD

We had plans for Easter Week, but we’ve had to move them online! See the image below for details of the events this week:

We’ll send emails each day with information about that day’s meetings, so keep your eyes on your inbox for that info!

5 thoughts on “Easter at CCD

  1. This is “Holy Week” when we remember the last stage of the journey of Jesus to the cross or, in other words, the ultimate love demonstration of God, who is Love personified, to the whole world.
    Craig has been showing us, in his last two short messages, something of what it means to love God and, at the same time, to be loved by Him.
    What I am posting here are the first two verses of an old hymn that Margaret shared with me this morning. I plan to post two verses today and two tomorrow to give us time to meditate on each one fully.
    Bless you; here goes. The title is “O Love that wilt not let me go”.
    O Love that wilt not let me go, I rest my weary soul in Thee;
    I give Thee back the life I owe, that in Thine ocean depths its flow
    May richer, fuller be.
    O Light that follow’st all my way, I yield my flickering torch to Thee,
    My heart restores its borrowed ray, that in Thy sunshine’s blaze its day
    May brighter, fairer be.

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  2. Hi
    I just wanted to tell everyone that I have been reading the book kisses from a good god by Paul manwaring, and would highly recommend it.
    Its such a wonderful book, that God is allways there, no matter what the situation, I thought it was very good for the present situation.
    God bless


  3. Meditation 2.
    Yesterday’s verses highlighted the depth of Love that is available to us, and the certainty and the Power of the Light to guide us; today’s verses , self explanatory, remind us, appropriately at this time, of the Joy that is available even through pain, and of the Life that is endless!!

    O Joy, that seekest me through pain,
    I cannot close my heart to Thee;
    I trace the rainbow through the rain,
    And feel the promise is not vain
    That morn shall tearless be.

    O Cross that liftest up my head,
    I dare not ask to fly from Thee;
    I lay in dust life’s glory, dead,
    And from the ground there blossoms red
    Life that shall endless be.


    If we really want to understand the significance and power of Communion – ( as Jesus Himself initiated it and shared it at the Last Supper) – before we share it together on Thursday, may I recommend a viewing of Jonathan Cahn’s presentation of “Passover”, on YouTube. He explains in fascinating detail the connection between the Jewish Passover lamb and our Lamb of God. The programme is about 26 minutes and well worth watching.


  5. Thanks Jo + team for a great prayer meeting! Loved the worship and hearing everyone’s prayers and contributions. See you all through the week 😊

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