Egg: An Easter Meditation

Peel back the wrapper to uncover the incredible story of Easter. Explore the symbolism surrounding the Easter Egg in this Spoken Word video

Ministry use licence

Description

Who enjoys cracking open an Easter egg?

This spoken word starts by exploring the chocolate-shelled variety, but goes on to unpack some of the rich symbolism often associated with the egg.

The poem stirs up big questions about life, death and whether there is more to us than the ‘shell we leave behind’, and then reveals the powerful Easter story:

“So, consider the egg: this Easter confection Speaks hope, offers life, proclaims resurrection.”

Possible Discussion Questions

  • What do you think happens when we die?
  • If death could not bind Jesus – and he had the power to smash his way through it, what does that mean for us?

 

Credits

Produced by Christ Church Central Sheffield

Christ Church Central Sheffield was planted in October 2003 from Christ Church Fulwood. Christ Church Sheffield heritage is in Anglican evangelicalism. One of the main features of this legacy is faithful Bible teaching, and it's the Bible that has shaped Christ Church Central’s value.

Performed by Dave Crofts
Videographer Lukasz Filipski

Licence Agreement

Ministry use licence

This video is available for use online or offline in the context of your ministry/ministries (e.g. church service, children’s/youth group, small group, Bible study, school assemblies and lessons). By purchasing this video, you are purchasing a license to use and show it in the context of your specific situation (unless otherwise noted, this excludes uploading it by itself to social media).

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