Palm Sunday: The Sunday of the Passion – Sunday, April 10
9:30 a.m. in-person and streamed
Bulletin for Palm Sunday
The hinge between Lent (learning to live as one of Jesus’ disciples) and Holy Week (remembering Jesus’ last days and death). Recounting Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem with a palm procession and hosannahs, then transitioning to the Passion According to Luke.
Image: Plant by Hero Arts from the Noun Project
Maundy Thursday – Thursday, April 14
6 p.m. in-person and streamed
Bulletin for Maundy Thursday
Jesus gives all his disciples a new commandment, to love one another. This service will include a free dinner at 6 p.m., the observance of footwashing (optional) following Jesus’ example, and Holy Communion.
Image: Pitcher by abdul wahhab from the Noun Project
Good Friday – Friday, April 15
7 p.m. in-person and streamed
Bulletin for Good Friday
This office recounts Jesus’ death on the cross at the hands of those whom he came to save – all of humanity. It includes solemn prayers for the whole world, and the opportunity to venerate the cross, through which salvation has come to creation.
Image: Cross by Yoteyo from the Noun Project
Holy Saturday – Saturday April 16
10 a.m. online only
Waiting by the tomb, remembering that Jesus is dead, knowing the depths of our own deep longings.
Image: cave by Albert Vila from the Noun Project
The Great Vigil of Easter – Saturday, April 16
8 p.m. in-person and streamed
Bulletin for The Great Vigil of Easter
The Great Vigil of Easter is the first service of Easter. A new fire is kindled, the history of salvation is read again, baptismal promises are renewed (email email@example.com to ask about those!), and the first Easter Communion is celebrated. There’s also a very festive party being planned for afterward!
Image: Campfire by Victor from the Noun Project
Easter Day – Sunday, April 17
9:30 a.m. in-person and streame
Bulletin for Easter Day
Easter Sunday in all its celebrations will be kept. There will be good music and an extended hospitality time after church. In the future we hope to sponsor a neighborhood egg hunt, but that’s not happening this year.
Image: easter by Template from the Noun Project