Christmas is almost here! And everyone has a different ‘take’ on what Christmas is all about.

We fill it with different things: Family and food. Presents and Public Holidays. The beach and boxing-day cricket.
We feel it in different ways: Celebration and cheer. Loss and loneliness.
We focus it on different things: Gratitude and goodwill in general. Praise of God for providing peace.

We have different takes… and so did the people on the first Christmas. This year at Salt Church, come and join us as we see Christmas through the eyes of some of the first people who were there:

  • Joseph – Sun 9 Dec (4pm and 6pm)
  • Herod – Sun 16 Dec (4pm and 6pm)
  • Mary – Sun 23 Dec (4pm and 6pm)
  • The Magi – Tue 25 Dec (9am)

 

We all face suffering and difficulty in life. Can we have any hope in the face of that?
We all face suffering and difficulty in life. Can we have any hope in the face of that?
We all face suffering and difficulty in life. Can we have any hope in the face of that?
We're always wanting more. More money, better holidays, a newer car, improved family situation, better friends… But when is it ever enough? Jesus sees through all of that and shows…
Jesus offers us true rest for this life and eternity
Why is friendship so hard a lot of the time? And how does Jesus bring true friendship that satisfies?
Death and judgement comes to all people. Through faith in Jesus Christ, we can avoid death and God's judgement. This should be joy for Christians and terror for everyone else.…
Listening to Jesus is surprisingly dangerous. Groups of people can hear the same words and respond in massively different ways. For some his words bring salvation and life; for others…
The Resurrection happened according to plan and that matters for everyone
Jesus encounters two very different people with two very different problems. What he says next changes one of their lives forever.

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