Jesus’ suffering, death, and resurrection are at the very heart of the Christian year; especially the Three Days that constitute one worship service spanning Thursday through Sunday. These are our most sacred days.
Passion/Palm Sunday, April 14
Holy Communion at 8:30 am and 11:00 am
Procession with Palms, the Passion story from the Gospel of Luke
Monday & Tuesday in Holy Week, April 15 and 16
Scripture readings and prayer resources will be provided at the Grace Station for your use during these days following Passion Sunday.
Wednesday of Holy Week, April 17
Service of Confession and Forgiveness at 11:15 am followed by soup and bread
This service marks the end of our Lenten journey and serves as a preparation for the Three Days that include prayers of confession, the declaration of forgiveness, scripture reading and reflection.
The Great Three Days
Maundy Thursday, April 18
Holy Communion at 11:15 am and 7 pm
The Three Days of Easter begin to unfold on this day in which Christ commands us to love. Feet are washed, communion is shared, and the worship space is stripped. We leave in silence. There is no final blessing as the liturgy continues Friday …
Good Friday, April 19
Stations of the Cross at noon
Adoration of the Cross at 7 pm
We pray the stations of the Cross at Noon. The evening liturgy includes the Passion story from John, intercessions, and the prayer around the Cross. There is no final blessing as the liturgy continues the next day …
The Great Vigil of Easter
Service of Light, Word, Water, and Meal at 6:30 pm
The pinnacle of the Three Days. There is no other night like this one. Light, story, baptism, renewal of baptismal promises, holy meal. As you prepare for the Easter Vigil, you are invited to bring a special vessel so that you may join in the procession of pouring water into the place of baptism.
Easter Sunday, April 21
Festival Holy Communion at 8:30 am and 11 am
Please bring a bell to ring at the singing of the “Alleluias”. Easter breakfast served between services.