Jesus – A Man of Sorrows Quiet Morning

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Date(s) - 01/04/2021
10:00 am - 12:45 pm

Zoom Meeting


Zoom in for two new Online Well Quiet Mornings!

Thursday 1st April 2021 at 10am-12.45pm

Jesus – Man of Sorrows

Reflections on Isaiah 53:1-7

Isaiah 53 is one of the most quoted passages in the New Testament, used by five different authors to help their readers to understand all that Jesus had done on the Cross. This Easter, as we reflect on what Jesus has done for us, we too can learn from what God inspired the prophet Isaiah to write about Him.

At these Quiet Mornings, Rev Anne Hibbert will be exploring how Jesus took on Himself our sins and suffering, what this means for us today, and how God calls us to respond to this Good News.

He was pierced for our transgressions, He was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on Him, and by His wounds we are healed.
Isaiah 53:5

During these mornings, Anne will help us to reflect on Jesus, the man of sorrows who bore our suffering, through Bible teaching, visuals, videos, music, silence and accompanying handouts. We will have time to pause, reflect and encounter God, as we set aside worldly priorities in order to listen to Him and delight in all the good things that He offers us.

Members of the Well’s Prayer Team will be offering short 10-minute online prayer appointments.

There will be no charge for this event, but if you would like to give The Well a donation then that would be great!


Comments from Guests who attended our Quiet mornings recently.

“Thank you for this quiet morning – an oasis in these challenging times, spending time listening to and resting in Him.  May God bless you and the Team – as you have blessed us all this morning!”

“These quiet mornings always seem to come at the right time -and answer our questions and prayers.”

“A blessed pit stop!”

This Guest has been on lots of our previous Quiet days through the years, she wrote this after our Garden morning, “Zoom Quiet mornings are not a substitute or second best… they are successful and special!”


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