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Preparing for 28 April – 4 May 2019

Acts 5.27-32; Psalm 118.14-29; Psalm 150; Revelation 1.4-8; John 20.19-31RCL Easter 2 Year C

Overcoming hostility

The risen Jesus appears to his disciples, first without, and then with, Thomas present. They see his wounds, receive his peace and the gift of the Holy Spirit, and learn what it means to see with the eyes of faith.

This week's resources explore: the impact of the Holy Spirit on a fragmented community.

  Looking ahead to Holy Week


Linking this week's reading to the news headlines
PostScript for 21 April: Washed clean. New life!Washed clean of our past, we are witnesses to the resurrection promise of new life (Acts 10.39)

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