Sun, Apr 12, 2020
Most people would define love as an emotion - affection, passion, or tenderness. The Bible, however, describes love in terms of sacrificial actions. Jesus said, “Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends”. That verse is the story of Easter. Easter Sunday is an extra special time at Creek’s End, and we want you to be a part of it.
Sun, Mar 31, 2013
Easter is the great event that lies at the very heart of the Christian faith, and if there is one word that encompasses this meaning and significance, that word is “hope”. Hope has been hard-wired into the human psyche. Hope is not wishful thinking but the opposite of despair and cynicism. It is an instinctive knowing that good can overcome evil. It is possible to overcome the tragedy of loss and death, to struggle on against the odds, to overcome adversity, to achieve heroic deeds. Hope gives unexpected strength in those bleak and seemingly hopeless times when we experience loss and the letting go of security and health, and ultimately of our own lives. On Easter Sunday, March 31st, we celebrate the Resurrection and the incredible hope it brings to all of us.