Luke: The crucial cross


Our latest sermon series…
It’s reckoned that Jesus was just 33 years old when he died by being nailed to a wooden cross. This was no tragic mistake, though. As we follow Jesus to the cross as recounted by the gospel write, Luke – we see Jesus’ death not as a mistake but God’s plan to rescue us. Truly the cross, for all of us, is crucial.

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Preacher: Richard Hopkins (3), Rich Adam (1), Paul Hancock (1).
Service: The Sunday Service (4), Midweek Meeting (1).
Date: March (1), April (4)

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Sermons (5)

Why does Easter really matter?
Luke 24:1-12 (Part of the Luke: The crucial cross series).
Preached by Richard Hopkins on April 16, 2017 (The Sunday Service).
What's good about Good Friday?
Luke 23:26-43 (Part of the Luke: The crucial cross series).
Preached by Richard Hopkins on April 14, 2017 (Midweek Meeting).
In place of another
Luke 23:1-25 (Part of the Luke: The crucial cross series).
Preached by Rich Adam on April 9, 2017 (The Sunday Service).
Alone
Luke 22:31-62 (Part of the Luke: The crucial cross series).
Preached by Paul Hancock on April 2, 2017 (The Sunday Service).
Remember!
Luke 22:7-23 (Part of the Luke: The crucial cross series).
Preached by Richard Hopkins on March 26, 2017 (The Sunday Service).
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