These pages explore this stunning retelling of the passion of Jesus in words, images and video. Originally shown over Easter 2008, this BBC drama tells the story of the final week in the life of Jesus.
The Passion resource pack, available exclusively from Bible Society, contains all four episodes of the highly-acclaimed BBC series in a two-DVD set. The pack also includes cast interviews and a host of easy-to-use resources on CD-ROM.
An Eastern icon of the Nativity introduces us to the main characters in the cast of Christmas: Jesus, Mary, Joseph, shepherds and angels, and the wise men. With notes, short reflections and prayers for you to follow.
Which came first? Did Mary find out before Joseph? Did the Herod go berserk before or after the wise men sneak off? The greatest story ever told. Or at least the start of it. From angels to murderers, sheep to gold not to mention God becomming a human baby, this famous story’s got everything but can you remember the right order.
You may have pitted your wits against the Spanish Inquisition in our regular pub quiz – this Christmas we invite you to stamp the snow off your shoes, grab an Eggnog by the fire and put your Yuletide knowledge to the test.
What is the original story behind Christmas? In eight short episodes, we follow the story of Jesus’ birth in the words of the Bible. To find out more about The Nativity Story film, visit the official website.
All film images on this page are from The Nativity Story © New Line Cinema Productions.
Follow the three days of Easter with icons, meditations and a simple walk-through prayer exercise which you can do sitting at your computer.
From Good Friday to Easter Sunday… follow the three days of Easter by looking at three pictures from the Eastern Church. These pages also include a simple walk-through prayer exercise for each of the three days, which you can do at your computer.
Santa Claus, who appears all over the place at towards the end of the year, raises so many questions. Who is he? Where on earth did he come from? Why the red suit?
In this special rejesus investigation, we look at the saint behind it all, St Nick.
Written by Simon Jenkins
What were the last words of Jesus? What did he say to his friends and enemies in the last hours of his life? And what do they tell us about the meaning of his life… and his death?
Designed and animated by Bruce Stanley.
Meditations by Martin Wroe.
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Enjoy our 10 online carols, including all the old faves. We provide the music and words, you provide the voice. I guarantee you there is nothing quite like singing carols to get you into the mood of the real meaning of Christmas.
Explore the paradox of Easter - bitter then sweet, death then life, dark then light - with this visual poem, a piece of eye candy.
Design, animation and 3d chilis by Bruce Stanley.
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