Easter Resources – February 2021

Here are some great resources that you may find useful in planning for this Easter. 

The Comeback 

As God’s people, we have a sure hope that whatever darkness we might be feeling now, Easter is just around the corner and is a wonderful time for us to remember Jesus, the light of the world, making a way out of darkness for us.  Try out this video on the Evangelical Alliance website: 

My Hope is a series of evangelistic videos that are modern, relevant, short and punchy to get the message of Easter across. They are great to show online during meetings or at special events. 

If you are looking for a creative Easter outreach event, Johnny Prime, one of FIEC’s Associate National Directors, has written a courtroom drama which could be the perfect fit.  This is available as an online resource called “Who moved the Stone?”.  It is performed by Christ Church, Dunstable with an evangelistic talk by Johnny at the end.  It imagines one of the Roman soldiers from the tomb being put on trial for failing to guard the tomb.  It goes through the witnesses to the cross and resurrection and ends up with a modern day witness who gives her testimony to knowing the Lord Jesus.  It is accessible from FIEC’s website and is available free of charge to downloaded and used by local churches. https://fiec.org.uk/resources/putting-easter-on-trial 

Bible Society have many resources for Easter & Lent.  Lent is a time of reflection when we journey with Jesus on His path to the cross and celebrate His resurrection. Bible Society have a host of resources mainly for families to help you reflect and celebrate. 


Scripture Union have a great range of stock, perfect for Easter gifts, giveaways and seasonal services. Share the good news of Jesus this season with their resources. 


Rural Ministries have an article called “From lament to celebration” in their latest Mosaic magazine with ideas for the Church to embrace more creatively the opportunities that exist all around you as you seek to celebrate the season and make the timeless Easter message more accessible. 

While we are unable to meet in our church buildings we can still be ‘Together at Home’.  Together at Home are providing free resources for churches to share with their families to help them explore the Bible and learn about God together whilst in their own homes. 


“Bringing hope in hard times – really good news” is a mix of good news stories on daily videos through March, special YouTube meetings over the Easter weekend and opportunities for people to join Alpha courses.  All of these are on Elim Pentecostal’s website.  


Out of the 80 million Easter eggs sold in this part of the world every year, The Real Easter Egg is the only one which has an Easter story book in the box.