A New Commandment – Law of Love John 15 – 17

The Gospel of Christ is a story of love, unconditional and sacrificial, which was a constant source of tension between Jesus and the Teachers of the Law.

Our journey through Holy Week will look at how Jesus unpacks this “new commandment” to love in some of his last words to his disciples (John 15-17) ahead of his impending death.  As always, his teachings are profound and personal, and are relevant to us both as individuals and as a body, the Church.  They manifest in eight differing but intensely human ways, which we will unpack together, and so understand more fully the nature of a “Law of Love”.

New Commandment (Part 1) – Chosen (John 15: 9 – 17) – St Margaret’s, Oxford on Palm Sunday, April 14th 2019

New Commandment (Part 2) – Cultivated (John 15: 1 – 8) – St Margaret’s, Oxford on April 15th 2019

New Commandment (Part 3) – Cursed (John 15: 18 – 25) – St Margaret’s, Oxford on April 16th 2019

New Commandment (Part 4) – Comforted (John 15: 26 – 16: 11) – St Margaret’s, Oxford on April 17th 2019

New Commandment (Part 5) – Confided (John 16: 12 – 15) – St Margaret’s, Oxford on April 18th 2019

New Commandment (Part 6) -Confused (John 16: 16 – 28) – St Margaret’s Oxford on Good Friday, April 19th 2019

New Commandment (Part 7) – Challenged (John 16: 28 – 33) – St Margaret’s Oxford, Service of Light, April 20th 2019

New Commandment (Part 8) – Consummated (John 17) – St Margaret’s Oxford, on Easter Day, April 21st 2019

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