Christ is risen!

Apr 4, 2020 by

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A service for the 3rd Sunday of Easter 2020 (26th April) by the Anglican Communion Office

Choral Eucharist for the First Sunday after Easter from St Bartholemew the Great, London’s oldest church

Easter around the world on Vimeo from Gafcon

The Jesus Way: Learning to live the Christian life. Course designed by Dr Peter Walker enables participants to explore the basics of the Christian faith.

The promise of Easter: Reflections from Dr Ashley Null, Gafcon

God and the empty tomb: Easter Sunday service from All Souls Langham Place (sermon by Hugh Palmer starts at 18:24)

Empty tomb, risen Jesus in John 20 video, by Ian Paul, Psephizo

Welcome Easter: a video explaining the relevance of the resurrection, by Phil Ashey, American Anglican Council

The Queen’s Easter Message

“EASTER WINGS”: George Herbert on the Resurrectionby Stephen Noll, Contending Anglican

Pray, Trust, Act, and Hope: An Easter Letterby Michael Stokes Paulsen, Public Discourse

‘I am the resurrection and the life’by Archbishop Cranmer

Digital Easter for Christians around the world, Christian Today

Christ is Risen! A service for Easter Sunday 2020 (12 April) prepared by the Anglican Communion Office

Easter message from the Archbishop of Kenya, Anglican Ink

Easter & Holy Week message from the Archbishop of the ACNA, Anglican Ink

Resources for use by people and parishes during this time from Church Union

Listen to the Good Friday and Easter story on the phone – a service for the elderly and blind from Dr Peter Walker

‘When I survey the wondrous Cross’ from St Andrew’s Cathedral, Sydney

Canterbury and York to broadcast Easter services online, BBC

The Sun Never Sets on Easter Sunday Live-streams from Gafcon

A series of short reflections on Easter from Theos

Watch; The Week that changed the World by Dr Peter Walker

Inviting People to (Virtual) Church and a Hopeful Easter Message by David Robertson, theweeflea

Archbishop of Canterbury records his Easter sermon from his kitchen by Raven Saunt, Mailonline

THE SACRIFICE: Jesus’ Passion Narrated by George Herbert by Ashley Noll, Contending Anglican



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