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  • The Galilean

    Jesus didn’t live His life in a corner. He chose to spend His three years of public ministry in the cosmopolitan towns that line the shores of the Sea of Galilee.

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    In Acts 4:13 the Jewish religious leaders in Jerusalem have just heard a Galilean fisherman, Peter, tell them about the good news of Jesus, after seeing a man healed who had been lame for 40 years, here’s how they react, ‘Now when they saw the boldness of Peter and John, and perceived that they were uneducated, common men, they were astonished. And they recognised that they had been with Jesus.’

    This series is an invitation to come and be with Jesus. To be loved by Him; to be forgiven by Him; to experience His humility, faithfulness, courage and patience; and to be sent to be His likeness in the world.

    18th March: The Galilean Humility

    Bishopshalt School:10:30am, The Living Room: 6pm

    25th March: The Galilean Faithfulness

    Bishopshalt School:10:30am, The Living Room: 6pm

    30th March: The Galilean Forgiveness


    Good Friday, The Living Room: 9am

    1st April: The Galilean Love

    Easter Sunday, Bishopshalt School:10:30am

    8th April: The Galilean Courage

    Bishopshalt School:10:30am, The Living Room: 6pm

    15th April: The Galilean Patience

    Bishopshalt School:10:30am, The Living Room: 6pm

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