Easter 2015
The well known author of the Father Brown stories, G.K. Chesterton, once said: "Christianity has died many times and risen again, for it has a God who knew the way out of the grave." 

For example, in the middle of the 19th Century, you paid two pence to enter St. Paul's Cathedral, which was "a vast and dreary area abandoned to dust and damp and uselessness."  Hundreds of people will find their way into St. Paul's this year and will discover that this famous building is well kept and a place of Worship. 

What brought about the change from "dust and damp and uselessness" to "cleanliness and beauty and hope?"  The only adequate answer has to be the Resurrection of the Lord.  New life flows through the Church* time and again after a bleak period of despair.  When the cry goes up - nothing can save the Church - God's answer comes back "I am alive for evermore."

You are invited to the Holy Week and Easter services in Headington, when we shall be recalling the love of God on Good Friday and the on-going life of God on Easter Day.  Someone once said that "the most beautiful word which anyone can say to his God is the little word yes."  

Say "yes" to the crucified Lord of Good Friday and to the Risen Lord of Easter and your life could be changed forever.
Easter 2015