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Who do I contact? Priest Rev Matt 01228 Parish Office in Charge Martinson 599562 01228 Holy Trinity, 538983 St Barnabas, or & St Luke’s [email protected] Associate Rev Barrie 07443 [email protected] Priest Thomas 549525 (for Funerals) Local Lay Maria [email protected] Minister Holmes Church Wardens Jannette Yvonne King Swainson (Safeguarding) [email protected] [email protected] Safeguarding Mary 07989 01228 Lead Law 806096 529227 01228 (answerphone) Church Mal & Peter 380541 Safeguarding Wardens Brown (answerphone) (St Luke’s) (St Luke’s) Lynsey [email protected] Brown St Barnabas Angela & John 01228 Mr Richard Bookings Hewitt 536574 Stewart Worship Mrs Maria Leaders Mrs Ruby Holmes Mrs Haley Morlin Mr Geoff Martinson Link Brown Magazine Mr Geoff alison & Elec- Bland toralRoll Alison Sayer 2

What’s going on?! Sundays; “Face to face” All services will be at St Barnabas at 11am. Also live on Facebook , youtube or phone. Please wear a mask and bring a pen so that you can leave your details All churches also have the NHS Test & Trace app ****ALL SERVICES ONLINE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE**** Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays: Facebook/Zoom Prayer meetings at 9am Check on the TP4C group facebook page for the zoom code or phone number Wednesdays: at 10am Facebook Holy Communion will restart after Easter You can also check or contact Matt or Maria either by email or by phone to find out what’s going on or if you have any questions or need prayer or assistance of any kind. If you would like to donate, for example, your usual collection from the last few months, please put it in an envelope, marked with what it is and who it’s from and hand it to Yvonne Swainson, if possible, so that there is only one person actually handling the money. Or you could ask for the church bank details so that you can donate directly. 01228 599562 for Matt or 01228 538983 for the Office ***Matt’s day off is FRIDAY*** NEW!!! Vestry Hour: Mondays 6-7.30pm to arrange Baptisms, Weddings or for General requests. 1st /3rd Monday of the month at St Luke’s (5th/19th April) 2nd/4th Monday of the month at St Barnabas (12th/26th April) Information can also be checked on or in- [email protected] Also on Facebook: If you “do” facebook, we have the following pages: Tp4c Church Page foodbank@tp4c Tp4c men’s meet up ST Luke’s Little Fishes T@4C (formerly Tea@HT) ...and we now have our own Youtube channel: _ 3

Why Easter will never go away How do you make sense of the Resurrection? Dead men don’t rise, so why believe that this particular dead man did rise? At the end of St Luke’s gospel we read that: “they still did not believe it because of joy and amazement” (Luke 24.4). This is highly significant. The Gospels do not show us a group of disciples who were in a receptive frame of mind. After the crucifixion, they were in hiding, frightened and scattered. Then suddenly, they came out of hiding and were totally different; excited, joyful. By Pentecost they were confident, with one firm message: ‘You crucified Jesus, but God raised Him up!’ How did they know this? Because of direct personal experience. Some of them had visited the tomb of Jesus: it was empty. Others claimed to have seen and touched the risen Lord. Were they hallucinating? People can hallucinate in groups – when taking drugs, for example. But of course, each one will see a different hallucination. But the disciples all saw the same thing. Or rather, the same person. Jesus. Were they lying? Jesus had died a humiliating death as a criminal. Perhaps they wanted to rescue His good name. So, did they pretend they had seen Him? This theory has a big problem. Their preaching led them into trouble with the authorities. They were beaten and imprisoned and some of them killed. People will die for ideas and causes which they believe in passionately. But not for things they have made up. We might suffer for our convictions, but we will not suffer for our inventions. 4

What about the ‘swoon’ theory? That Jesus didn’t die on the cross, despite terrible wounds? That He recovered in the tomb, and then escaped? That the disciples nursed Him back to health? But Roman soldiers knew when a man was dead; and there was the guard on the tomb. Also, the events which followed simply don’t fit. If the disciples had been hiding Jesus all along, they would have kept very low-key, and out of the way, so that the authorities did not come after Him again. Besides, to preach that God had raised Jesus from the dead – which is exactly what they did preach – would have been a lie. Beatings and threat of death would soon have loosened their tongues. Inventions crumble under pressure; convictions hold fast. Another reason for believing in the Resurrection is this: Jesus’ continuing impact. Thousands and soon millions of people in every generation since have shared an inescapable sense of being ‘accompanied’ through life. Though unseen, they identify this presence as the Risen Lord. Sometimes this experience of meeting Jesus is gentle and fitful. Sometimes it is dramatic and life changing. This reminds us that the resurrection of Jesus is not just an interesting historical puzzle. It is a vital, present day reality. It brings wonderful comfort, assuring us of the central Christian truths: death is dead; Jesus is alive; God is love. This central notion was captured, most movingly, by the great Albert Schweit- zer: ‘He came to those men who knew Him not. He speaks to us the same word: “Follow thou me,” and sets us to the tasks which He has to fulfil for our time. He commands. And to those who obey Him, whether they be wise or simple, He will reveal Himself in the toils, the conflicts, the suffering which they shall pass through in His fellowship, and, as ineffable mystery, they shall learn in their own experience who He is.’ Have a joyful – and a challenging – Easter. 5

The TP4C foodbank Foodbank update As of the 15th of March, we have 33 households on our weekly foodbank list. This equates to 116 people- of which 63 are children. People generally collect from one of the 3 buildings on a Thursday morning, though we do deliver to 4 households due to their circumstances. Also, today before I wrote this update, I met (following Covid restrictions) two different people at Holy Trinity Church hall who had got in touch to see if we could help as their home situations were at breaking point. We have supported these households with an emergency food parcel, adding them to Thursday’s weekly collection lists and we will be praying for them as time goes on. We want to thank you all for the support of the foodbank whether it be prayer, food items or money. We do hope, as time goes on, you will continue to support us in showing God’s love and compassion to those in our communities. Gemma 6

Carlisle Network Youth Church (Carlisle NYC for short) is run by Kristian Tjemsland and Sophie Smith. It is a Fresh Expression of Church, aimed at reaching, building relationships with and discipling young people other churches may not come in contact with. We do this by being present where young people are at; in the park, in schools, online, and we partner with a variety of churches in the city and also NISCU in doing so. Pre-Covid we were in contact with 200 different young people each month, and we saw the relationships building with the young people, as well as with our colleagues across the different churches. Now that restrictions are starting to ease a little bit, we are looking at starting up our detached work again to re- connect with the young people we've lost contact with during this period. Prayers for this would be much appreciated. Also pray- ers for the young people, that they will get to know God who is always there and who loves and cares for them, is an ongoing request. We're currently running an online Alpha course for young people alongside 4 other churches, and prayers for this would also be great. If you want to get in touch with us, you can find us on facebook and on Instagram (@carlislenyc ), or email us at [email protected] or [email protected] Thank you for your support! In order to keep a true perspective of one’s im- portance, every- one should have a dog to wor- ship him/her and a cat to ignore him/her. Dear Lord, please keep your arm around my shoulder — and your hand over my mouth. 7

Embrace the Middle East News Dear Friends, There’s still time to order Easter cards and gifts from the Spring cata- logue and there’s always time to donate to the Spring appeal! The Spring magazine is also online for you to read about current projects. It was interesting to see the Pope visiting the area of Iraq where Embrace supports the CAPNI project and where the donations went from Mark Calder’s Ultramarathons in 2019. Mark now lives in Carlisle and when the pandemic is over it would be lovely for him to come and speak to us in person. Keep collecting the stamps! Alison Parish Prayer Loop: Maria Holmes : Speak to her! ([email protected]) Alison Sayer: [email protected] Rev Matt & Haley Martinson: [email protected] or 599562 Geoff Brown from St Luke’s Margaret Brown from St Luke’s All requests are confidential and can be for anyone about anything. 8

Lectionary Readings for Easter Year B Sunday 28th March Mark 11: 1-11 or Isaiah 50: 4-9a Palm Sunday John 12: 12-16 Psalm 31: 9-16 Psalm 118: 1-2, 19-24 Mark 14: 1– 15: 47 or Philippians 2: 5-11 Mark 15: 1-39 Thursday 1st April Exodus 12: 1-4, [5-10], 11-14 John 13: 1-17, 31b-35 Maundy Thursday Psalm 116: 1, 10-17 Friday 2nd April 1Corinthians 11: 23-26 Sunday 4th April Isaiah 52: 13-53: 12 John 18: 1-19: 42 Sunday 11th April Psalm 22 2nd Sunday of Easter Hebrews 10: 16-25 or Sunday 18th April Hebrews 4: 14-16, 5: 7-9 3rd Sunday of Easter Sunday 25th April Acts 10: 34-43 or John 20: 1-18 or 4th Sunday of Easter Isaiah 25: 6-9 Mark 16: 1-8 Sunday 2nd May Psalm 118: 1-2, 14-24 5th Sunday of Easter 1Corinthians 15: 1-11 or Acts 10: 34-43 Acts 4: 32-35 or John 20: 19-31 Exodus 14: 10-31, 15: 20,21 Psalm 133 1John 1: 1-2:2 or Acts reading as above Acts 2: 12-19 or Luke 24: 36b-48 Zephaniah 3: 14-20 Psalm 4 1John 3: 1-7 or Acts reading as above Acts 4: 5-12 or John 10: 11-18 Psalm 23 John 15: 1-8 1John 3: 16-24 or Acts reading as above Acts 8: 26-40 or Genesis 22: 1-18 Psalm 22: 25-31 1John 4: 7-21 or Acts reading as above 9


Across: 8 ‘He poured out his life unto death, and was numbered with the — ’ (Isaiah 53:12) (13) 9 ‘When they had sung a hymn, they went — to the Mount of Olives (Matthew 26:30) (3) 10 Comes between Galatians and Philippians (9) 11 ‘Your heart will — and swell with joy’ (Isaiah 60:5) (5) 13 Muslim holy month (7) 16 Ten ears (anag.) (7) 19 Under (poetic abbrev.) (5) 22 How Abram described himself to God when he complained that his inheritance would pass to a servant (Genesis 15:2) (9) 24 ‘Go to the — , you sluggard’ (Proverbs 6:6) (3) 25 Debar from receiving Communion (13) Down: 1 My — for His Highest (Oswald Chambers’ best-known book) (6) 2 Festival of the resurrection (6) 3 ‘His sons will prepare for war and — a great army’ (Daniel 11:10) (8) 4 ‘Let not the — string his bow’ (Jeremiah 51:3) (6) 5 Name of the River Thames in and around Oxford (4) 6 ‘From then on Judas watched for an opportunity — — him over’ (Matthew 26:16) (2,4) 7 ‘But Christ is faithful — — — over God’s house’ (Hebrews 3:6) (2,1,3) 12 Long-handled implement used to till the soil (Isaiah 7:25) (3) 14 Order to which monks and nuns devote themselves (8) 15 Appropriate (Proverbs 15:23) (3) 16 I, uncle (anag.) (6) 17 ‘They gave him — — of broiled fish’ (Luke 24:42) (1,5) 18 ‘Weren’t there three men that we — — and threw into the fire?’ (Daniel 3:24) (4,2) 20 Mountain where Noah’s ark came to rest (Genesis 8:4) (6) 21 ‘Don’t you know that friendship with the world is — towards God?’ (James 4:4) (6) 23 Prominent architectural feature of large cathedrals such as St Paul’s (4) Answers on page 17 The Bible version used in our crosswords is the NIV. Crosswords reproduced by kind permission of BRF and John Capon, originally published in Three Down, Nine Across, by John Capon (£6.99 BRF). Acknowledgements go to for many of the articles, prayers, puzzles & cartoons in this magazine. 11

Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! Hallelujah! April brings us to Easter – the crucifixion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ - the triumphant highlight of the Christian year. As St Paul pointed out, unless Jesus really did rise again, our faith is useless, and we may as well forget any hope of heaven or eternal life. passover Judas temple Answers on bread Gethsemane curtain page 17 wine trial tomb body crucifixion angel blood soldiers stone betrayal cross risen Jerusalem nails gardener Pilate vinegar Mary 12

ST BARNABAS WITH HOLY TRINITY MOTHERS UNION Hello everybody. I hope you are all well and not too fed up as this latest lockdown seems to be going on forever, still hopefully this will be the last one and then maybe we can enjoy the simple things of life again. Personally Ray and I miss having a drive out to the coast and popping in somewhere for a coffee etc!! For those of you who enjoy a bus trip maybe that will be possible in the summer, let’s hope so. Margaret Hughes (Houghton MU) has just brought the Diocesan News for Spring, there are some interesting articles and lovely prayers for us to enjoy and I will get them to you as soon as I can. Well, I can’t believe the Easter is almost upon us; let’s hope that Churches will be open this year so that we can celebrate this special time. Hope to see you all again soon, so until then stay safe and God Bless ... Margaret x Courtesy of Reverend- 13


We have Cubs and Scouts at both Holy Trinity and St Barnabas for boys and girls from 8 years+ Meeting in Term-time only St Barnabas Cubs and Scouts on Mondays Cubs at Holy Trinity Contact: Peter Martin 07718 237722 Holy Trinity Cubs and Scouts on Fridays at Holy Trinity from 6-7pm & 7-8.30pm GSL: Mark Hampton 07538 571546 contact Mike for Cubs or Mark for Scouts Beaver Colony at Holy Trinity Church Hall at 4.15-5.45pm on Fridays in term time Contact Ben or Joanne Girls may join the Rainbows or the Brownies who meet at St Barnabas Church on Wednesdays Meeting in Term-time only Rainbows 5pm to 6pm Brownies 6-7.30pm Contact: Suzie Giles for Rainbows on 544118 or for Brownies Ellis Page (mobile) 07729 046 765 or (Home) 01228 544 877. TEA@HT is now T@4C and is online/facebook will start again after Easter Food, Fun, Family, Worship 15

Walk the Way Mission which Maria will be taking part in in July 21. Luke 10 1-23 Jesus sends out the 72 - This a great story where the early disciples were sent out to share the good news, to heal, to pray. They were sent out with just what they stood in with no purse, food, etc. I am very excited to be taking part in another Mission with Through Faith Mission as we come out of Lockdown! Just as the 72 we will be walking out in Faith with no plans for food or accommodation. I will be taking part in week 3 of Walk The Way the first week in July and would greatly appreciate your support in prayer. Walk the Way is a major mission that TFM is planning for 2021. We plan to walk right across the UK from St David's in the West to Lowestoft in the East, starting at both ends and meeting in the middle. We will broadly follow the route of the 'Via Beata' footpath. The route will be split into 22 sections and teams of up to ten members will cover a section a week, a total of 11 weeks (11 from each end). Here comes the difference!! In recent years most of our missions have been carefully planned. In collaboration with local churches we have arranged accommodation and meals for team members and churches have prepared events and outreach opportunities. Walk The Way will be different. We recognise that many small rural churches are in crises, with crumbling buildings, few members and little money. We will be stepping out in faith that each day God will provide the accommodation that we need but not necessarily what we want! Tim Hall, TFM's CEO writes: “This is going to be tough, stretching and completely out of your comfort zone. Leave technology behind. Expect to finish the walk a transformed person. Is God calling you to join us?” 16

ANSWERS Crossword answers: ACROSS: 8, Transgressors. 9, Out. 10, Ephesians. 11, Throb. 13, Ramadan. 16, Nearest. 19, Neath. 22, Childless. 24, Ant. 25, Excommunicate. DOWN: 1, Utmost. 2, Easter. 3, Assemble. 4, Archer. 5, Isis. 6, To hand. 7, As a son. 12, Hoe. 14, Monastic. 15, Apt. 16, Nuclei. 17, A piece. 18, Tied up. 20, Ararat. 21, Hatred. 23, Dome. 17

Easter morning, the ‘Other’ Mary As the traditional Easter story is rehearsed again this month, you may notice that there is one name that frequently occurs. It is that of the ‘other’ Mary – not the mother of Jesus, but Mary of Magdalene, who stood by her at the cross and became the first person actually to meet the risen Christ. That’s quite a record for a woman who, the Gospels tell us, had been delivered by Jesus from ‘seven devils’ – New Testament language for some dark and horrible affliction of body, mind or spirit. As a result, her devotion to Him was total and her grief at His death overwhelming. In church history Mary Magdalene became the ‘fallen woman’ a harlot who was rescued and forgiven by Jesus but there is no evidence to prove she was a ‘fallen woman’ but the contrast is sublime, Mary the virgin mother, the symbol of purity. Mary Magdalene, the scarlet woman who was saved and forgiven, the symbol of redemption. Surely, we all fall somewhere between those two extremes. The dark cloud from which she was delivered may have been sexual, we are not told. What we do know is that the two Marys stood together at the cross, the Blessed Virgin and the woman rescued from who knows what darkness and despair. The second great moment for her was as unexpected as it was momentous. She had gone with other women to the tomb of Jesus and found it empty. An angelic figure told them that Jesus was not there, He had risen – and the others drifted off. But Mary stayed, reluctant to leave it like that. She became aware of a man nearby, whom she took to be the gardener. She explained to him that the body of ‘her Lord’ had been taken away and she didn’t know where to find Him. The man simply said her name ‘Mary’ and she instantly realised it was Jesus. She made to hug Him, but He told her not to touch Him because His resurrection was not yet complete. She was, however, to go to the disciples and tell them she had met Him. She did – but they wouldn’t believe her. Her words – ‘I have seen the Lord’ – echo down the centuries, the very beating heart of the Christian gospel. 18

Dear All. Please find below the new link for Sunday worship for those who want to join via zoom. You do not have to join via zoom you can watch live on Facebook and You Tube. If you want to know more then let me know and I will happily help you out. TP4C Sunday Worship Service Zoom meeting Join Zoom Meeting pwd=QjNsUmhITzZMMkNtaVRRUVdBbjdJUT09 Meeting ID: 838 0849 9727 Passcode: 161717 One tap mobile +442034815240,,83808499727#,,,,*161717# United Kingdom +442039017895,,83808499727#,,,,*161717# United Kingdom Dial by your location +44 203 481 5240 United Kingdom +44 203 901 7895 United Kingdom +44 131 460 1196 United Kingdom +44 203 051 2874 United Kingdom +44 203 481 5237 United Kingdom Meeting ID: 838 0849 9727 Passcode: 161717 Don’t forget that you can get a DVD of ser- vices posted to you if you are not able to watch live on Zoom, facebook or on the tp4c Youtube channel: If anyone would like to help with the tech at online services. Please contact Matt .If you can send emails, you have the experience necessary to work the computer! 19

The Supper at Emmaus by Caravaggio Easter Prayer Dear generous, loving Father, How can we thank you for the precious gift of your Son Jesus, for His life of obedience and servanthood, for His choosing to die that agonising death on a cruel cross, so that we can be forgiven, and most of all for His death-defeating resurrection on the first Easter morning and the gift of His Spirit to those who put their trust in Him? We can’t possibly thank you adequately Lord, but we want to try! Thank you, thank you Father, that Jesus, our Servant-King is alive, Lord of heaven and earth - and yet still serving us, so that we too can live and serve. Help to be your Easter people and live lives of faithful witness to the living Lord, empowered by your Holy Spirit, building in all that we think, say or do for your kingdom to come. Hallelujah! Amen. By Daphne Kitching 20

The Rev Michael Burgess continues his series on God and the Arts with a look at ‘The Supper at Emmaus’ by Caravaggio. It now hangs in the National Gallery. Come, risen Lord, and deign to be our guest I like the story of the vestry noticeboard of a church in Hampshire: after a Holy Week performance of Stainer’s ‘Crucifixion’, the choirmaster wrote: ‘“The Crucifixion” – well done, everyone!’ Later that day, someone had added, ‘The Resurrection – well done, God!’ For the two disciples treading the road to Emmaus, there was no such sense of victory and celebration. Their minds and hearts were numb with the sense of loss and failure. They had seen their Lord tried and crucified. As Luke recounts that walk in his Gospel, he shows how it began with absence and loss, but journeyed to presence. It was a road that took the disciples from blindness and despair to sight and insight. They talked over past events with the stranger who joined them, and Luke uses ten different Greek words to describe that conversation – all stages in their understanding. And when they share a meal with the stranger, who becomes the host, taking the bread and giving thanks, then the understanding becomes vision and insight. That meal is the theme of Caravaggio’s painting of 1601, ‘The Supper at Emmaus.’ Ca- ravaggio had a reputation for being a violent, irrational artist, given to bouts of anger and forced to spend part of his life in exile in Naples and Sicily. His paintings as well as his lifestyle shocked and provoked comment. This portrayal of Jesus with a plump, youthful face and his depiction of the apostles as ordinary labourers upset the church authorities. But by giving Jesus a beardless face, Caravaggio was trying to show Him in the new likeness of Resurrection – an Easter image of our Lord. The light from that Easter Jesus fills the scene as the two disciples look on, astonished and finally understanding. When we read the Gospel, we are drawn into the scene. For Caravaggio the movement is the other way: the scene reaches out to us from the canvas. Look at the outstretched hand of Jesus, the elbow of one disciple and the left hand of the other: they are being projected into our world. And that basket of fruit, full of apples and figs and grapes, symbols of the fall and the eucharist: it is about to topple off the table and into our laps. It is an Easter encounter two thousand years ago, reaching out to us through light and shade and the skill of the artist. In many ways the Gospel story in Luke is of an ordinary encounter between travellers and a stranger. But it is made extraordinary by the transforming power of the risen Lord, talking with the disciples in the open air and then going inside for a meal. However, the doors are not shut to us. For Caravaggio shows how that special moment of encounter for the two disciples can reach out to enter our world. And he shows the hand of the risen Lord beckoning us to step into that Easter world of sacrament and new life. 21

Easter Story Biscuits for young children Prep. Time: 20 minutes Total Time: 1 day Ingredients: 110 grams of pecan nuts 5 grams vinegar 3 egg whites 1 pinch salt 200 grams sugar large plastic bag wooden spoon tape Bible Instructions: Preheat oven to 150C Place pecans in the plastic bag and let the children beat them with the wooden spoon to break into small pieces. Explain that after Jesus was arrested, He was beaten by the Roman soldiers. Read John 19:1-3. Let each child smell the vinegar. Put vinegar into mixing bowl. Explain that when Jesus was thirsty on the cross He was given vinegar to drink. Read John 19:28-30. Add egg whites to vinegar. Eggs represent life. Explain that Jesus gave His life to give us life. Read John 10:10-11. Sprinkle a little salt into each child's hand. Let them taste it and brush the rest into the bowl. Explain that this represents the salty tears shed by Jesus' followers, and the bitterness of our own sin. Read Luke 23:27. 22

So far the ingredients are not very appetising... Add sugar. Explain that the sweetest part of the story is that Jesus died because He loves us. He wants us to know and belong to Him. Read Psalm. 34:8 and John 3:16. Beat with a mixer on high speed until stiff peaks are formed. Explain that the colour white represents the purity in God's eyes of those whose sins have been cleansed by Jesus. Read Isaiah 1:18 and John 3:1-3. Fold in broken nuts. Drop by teaspoons onto non-stick baking parchment-covered baking sheet. Explain that each mound represents the rocky tomb where Jesus' body was laid. Read Matthew 27:57-60. Put the baking sheet in the oven, close the door and turn the oven OFF. Give each child a piece of tape and seal the oven door. Explain that Jesus' tomb was sealed. Read Matthew 27:65-66. GO TO BED! Explain that they may feel sad to leave them in the oven overnight. Jesus' followers felt despair when the tomb was sealed. Read John 16:20 and 22. On Easter morning, open the oven and give everyone a cookie. Notice the cracked surface and take a bite. The cookies are hollow! On the first Easter Jesus' followers were amazed to find the tomb open and empty. Read Matthew 28:1-9. 23


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