Easter At St Swithin's
Easter 2020 is going to be different for all of us this year as we celebrate Easter in our homes.
The Easter story has dramatic highs and lows, with a compelling narrative and an unexpected but glorious outcome.
At the centre of the Easter story is the Death and Resurrection of one person, Jesus Christ. Why do Christians believe that an empty cross and an empty tomb show God’s extraordinary love for all people?
Join us this Easter time as we enter into that story of 2000 years ago and discover that it still offers us tangible hope amongst the darkness and confusion of our world.
Happy Easter from everyone at St Swithin's. Find out all our latest news here...
Happy Palm Sunday everyone!
We're journeying together through Holy Week with some daily Bible passages and morning reflections at 9:30am.
To join us for those morning reflections on Zoom, click this link and use the password below...
Meeting ID: 907 134 0093
If you are unable to join us at the time, the reflections will appear on our talks page later on in the day.
IN RESPONSE TO GOVERNMENT AND CofE ADVICE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
A Special Film Night for Easter
Join us for candlelit refreshments 7pm for 7.30pm start on Friday 3rd April 2020.
It’s the Story of Jesus’ life told through the amazing, award-winning, modern black opera, set in Khayelitsha, the largest township in Cape Town, South Africa.
We want to thank everyone who contributed to cake and/or money on Sunday 23rd February 2020. We raised £318 to go towards 'One Good Friday.'
One Good Friday, the passion play set to take place in Bath this April is looking for ways to fundraise for this amazing event. We invite you to prayerfully consider giving a one off donation.
On Sunday 23rd February 2020 we will be having a collection and a Bake Sale. If you would like to contribute a cake, please let us know.
Come together with other Christians in Bath to pray for 'One Good Friday' - the passion play in the centre of Bath next April. A prayer meeting is being held at St Michael's Without (near Waitrose) BA1 5JL on Wednesday 17th July at 7:30pm.
Join us as we pray for the project and meet others to find other ways to support through prayer.
More details can be found at http://onegoodfridaybath.org/
Easter is a time of the year where Christians celebrate. At the centre of the story of Easter is the Death and Resurrection of Jesus. An empty cross has become one of the great symbols for Christianity, this may seem curious to others but continues to change lives today. Come and join us to discover the wonder of Easter.
A few of our church family are performing in Misjudged: The Easter Story on Trial this April. It’s a brand new musical and it promises to be fantastic. Check out the trailer above, which includes details of how to book.