Third Sunday of Easter
Please find below a mixture of my personal resources and those of friends and commercial resources I have access to. They will appear as they come available leading up to this Sunday.
We want to be inclusive, regardless especially, of the ability of an individual to access them. Please feel free to pass these on to a friend you care for as you feel appropriate
Links to resources
This page will develop over the week as resources come available
- See stream of a worship service below
- Direct stream of the service
- This weeks bible reading (NIV) from Lumo Project
- Print Copy of a Liturgy (pdf)
- Bible Study Notes
- Live your Faith(PDF to print out)
- Young peoples resources(PDF to print out)
- Colouring in page (PDF to print out)
- Jim’s online version of the liturgy. Beaufort Cluster
- Ballarat Regional Healthcare Chaplaincy devotional
- I am indebted to David MacGregor’s Together to Celebrate
Just a quick note: If you can’t hear the audio in the video hover your mouse over the bottom bar of the video frame and click on the speaker icom. Similarly there are options there to make the video full screen.
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Thankyou Jim for the service you prepared for this morning. I felt I was one of the many gathered around the fire to share the “Peace be with You”.
And peace be with you two also. Thank you for all your help and support through this time.
Hello Jim It was great for Margaret & myself to be able to join with you this morning for the Easter 3 service . Regards Bill Dunn Burrumbeet U.C
Thanks Bill and Margaret got your support. It means a lot. Hope you are both safe and well and comfortable in this environment.
Thank you for time gathered together, Jim. Indeed, What a beautiful name it is, the name of Jesus.
Sorry bit late with this. Enjoyed gathering around the campfire. We have have been having a few clean up bonfires lately, cooking sausages and damper. The light at the end of the tunnel, may be here sooner, let’s hope.
Beautiful to hear you are getting something out of what I am doing, and are safe and well down there. We continue to think of you all down there and hope that in the next few weeks we will be able to see you all face to face, having come through this strong and healthy. May God bless you all in the area there.