Holy Week

If the Christian Calendar with all its holy days and seasons – Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, Pentecost – is about an annual retelling, remembering and participating in the story of Jesus, then the events of Holy Week serve as a climactic moment in the story that is being told.

Throughout this week, we invite you to enter the story through reading Scripture, prayer and worshipping with us as we walk with Jesus and alongside his disciples. Our times of worship will reflect on a meal shared in love, betrayal in a garden, Christ’s death on the cross, the darkness of confusion and loss, and the great hope of resurrection life dawning.

This story is so big and so good that we need help entering into it and we hope our worship services this week will help you do that. You can learn more about them below.

Maundy Thursday

Thursday, March 28 @ 6:30pm
A service remembering Jesus’s last night with the disciples including communion and foot washing as a way of showing sacrificial love.

Good Friday

Friday, March 29 @ 6:30pm
A tenebrae service (tenebrae simply means darkness), in which we hear Scripture and song walking us through the story of the crucifixion as candles are extinguished.

Holy Saturday

Saturday, March 30 @ 6:30pm
A quiet and contemplative service in which we name and recognize the disciples’ reality of being “in between” and wondering where hope is.

Easter Sunday!

Sunday, March 31 @ 9am & 10:30am
Christ is risen! The journey through Holy Week ends with hope, celebration and life. Join us for worship as we give thanks for the good news that the grave has been defeated!

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