Churches in Easter Tabloid Newspaper Shocker!

The pullout features in the Southend & Castle Point yellow Advertiser (week beginning 03/04) and is part of a campaign by the Churches Publicity Forum this Easter. Invite cards have also been posted through doors around the area as a way of inviting people to the churches special Easter events. The campaign aims to show that all are welcome to join with their local church at Easter and any time of the year.

David Elcock, Forum member said, ‘The Bun – our free tabloid newspaper features the amazing true events that make up the Easter Story! The sensational story of Easter can affect every reader, the eye catching headlines hope to prompt every reader to explore the claims further – and send off for the free full Tabloid Paper’.

David Elcock added, ‘Some of the churches are holding special music concerts, film showings and plays, fireworks with champagne, Easter egg hunts and opportunities to reflect on the sacrifice of Jesus Gods’ Son. Christians believe that Jesus died as a sacrifice for all of us, but rose again on Easter Sunday, defeating death. If we accept what Jesus did, this reconnects us with a God who loves us passionately – now that’s sensational.’

Love Southend website visitors that don’t regularly attend church can also get a copy of ‘The Son’ tabloid newspaper for free by sending their address details to Christian Enquiry Agency (Essex), FREEPOST WC2947, South Croydon, CR2 8UZ or by emailing (you will not be contacted again unless you request it).

To download a PDF (Adobe Acrobat) of the full three page advert, which contains Easter special event details of over 25 churches in South East Essex click here.

About S.E. Essex Churches Publicty Forum (SEECPF)
S.E. Essex Churches Publicity Forum is an initiative of the Christian charity SEELEF which consists of over 170 churches from all denominations in South East Essex. The forum aims to publicise the churches Christmas, Easter and Alpha Course activities and make all people feel welcome to attend. The forum is staffed by volunteers and supports the work of Love Southend.

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