The Cross and Easter

If someone were to ask you about the meaning of the cross today, how would you begin to reply?

We’ll continue reflecting on this question as we move closer to Easter. You’re invited to hold the question prayerfully as you move through your day today.

Here are the details for worship on Easter at The Table:

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2 thoughts on “The Cross and Easter

  1. If someone were to ask me about the meaning of the cross, I would respond that it is the most recognizable symbol of sacrificial love. My Lord had options, and willingly paid the price for my redemption.

  2. To me, the cross is the universal symbol of Christianty. It also represents the place where Jesus died for us.

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