Passion Week Series

The greatest event in the history of the world, and the most important event for Christians is the resurrection of Jesus Christ. This series of studies cover Passion Week (the week leading up to the crucifixion and resurrection) looking at the Old Testament prophecies, the accuracy of the details recorded in the Gospel accounts, the historical evidence for the resurrection, and the importance of this incredible week – the most important in human history!

Passion Week – Chart (PDF)

Free to download, this chart shows how all the details of Passion Week fit together in one simple picture demonstrating God’s complete control of history. Please note that the Passion Week chart is approx a 9Mb file so may take a few minutes to download depending on your internet connection.  

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Passion Week Pt 4

PLEASE NOTE: there was a technical problem with the audio recording of this study resulting in a few portions of the audio missing and some fluctuations on the audio level. This teaching by pastor Barry was given as part of our family service on 7th May 2017. This is the fourth and final part of […]

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Passion Week – Part 3

This teaching by pastor Barry was given as part of our family service on 23rd April 2017. This is the third part of a 4-part study looking at Passion Week (the name we give to the last week Jesus spent with His disciples leading up to the Crucifixion and Resurrection). In this session, we show […]

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Passion Week – Part 2

This teaching by pastor Barry was given as part of our family service on Easter Day, 16th April 2017. This is the second part of a 4-part study looking at Passion Week (the name we give to the last week Jesus spent with His disciples leading up to the Crucifixion and Resurrection). In this session […]

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Passion Week – Part 1

This teaching by pastor Barry was given as part of our family service on 9th April 2017. This is the first part of a 4-part study looking at Passion Week (the name we give to the last week Jesus spent with His disciples leading up to the Crucifixion and Resurrection). Some years ago I started […]

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