‘Crowned’ explores the shameful events leading up to Jesus’ death

What kind of king ends up on a shameful cross? They mocked him as king, when he was truly King. They asked him to come down and save himself, the King clung on to save them. They killed him as an enemy, the King died to call them family. ‘Crowned’ explores the shameful events leading up to Jesus’ death through the eyes of Matthew, a disciple of Jesus. Come hear how a King’s shameful death makes Good Friday good.

You'd need to book tickets to attend either of the gatherings! Creche will continue to be available at the N4 building for both gatherings. There will be no BANG on Good Friday. Childminding (3-12yo) is available at the 11.15am gathering only.
Please register your kids using the same link above. There will still be morning tea and lunch on Good Friday, do join us!

Jesus the King who died on the cross now lives!
The Risen King who reigns over heaven and earth now calls all to bow before Him.
What does this groundbreaking news mean for you?
Come and find out this Easter!

No ticketing is required for the 8.30am & 2pm gathering. Parents, please note that there will be a kid's programme at 10.45am for kids aged 3-12 years old.

In preparation for Good Friday and Easter Sunday, a series of prayer cards have been produced for you to use for personal reflection & prayer. These prayer cards are written for you to reflect on the different aspects of Jesus’ Kingship within the context of the journey to the Cross. Each card has a bible passage, a short prayer and also a link to a song.

We hope that you can use them in your personal devotions and also think about family and friends to share these truths with, & pray for them. We will be releasing one card every week up until Good Friday!

Click on the images to download a pdf copy of the prayer cards.