This year we will once again slow down to walk with Jesus in real-time through our Holy Week services. See below for how to join our church as we worship together with Jesus in his Passion.
april 2 palm sunday
Palm Sunday Holy Communion | 8.30a and 10.30a
Holy Week begins with a remembrance of Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem and a reading of the Passion Gospel in which the whole story of Holy week is anticipated. We hope you will join us.
april 5 holy wednesday
Tenebrae | 7.30p
Please join us for this quiet and contemplative service that invites us into the darkness of Maundy Thursday and Good Friday.
april 6 maundy thursday
Maundy Thursday Service | 7.00p
We will gather to share foot washing and a communion service where we “commemorate the Lord’s example of servant ministry, the institution of the Eucharist, the agony in the Garden of Gethsemane, and the betrayal leading to the crucifixion.” (BCP 2019, 559).
After the service there will be an opportunity to observe an hour-long prayer watch inside the nave, as the altar is stripped and the space is prepared for Good Friday.
april 7 good friday
Stations of the Cross | 12.00n
Join us as we journey with Jesus to the cross.
Confessions | 12.30–3.00p
Fr James and Fr Rob will be available for drop-in Confession.
Good Friday Service | 7.00p
On Good Friday, we commemorate Christ’s death and intercede for the world because of his work on the cross. Nursery care available for age 0-4.
april 8 holy saturday
Holy Saturday Office | 9.00a
A short prayer service will take place on Saturday morning.
Easter Vigil | 7.30p
The Easter Vigil is a service meant to last from the night before Easter until the sunrise of Easter morning. It’s a service recalling all of salvation history, culminating in a celebration of Jesus’ resurrection from the dead. The service this year includes Holy Communion and a loud Easter Acclamation and tintinnabulation. Nursery care available for age 0-4. Don’t forget your bells and shakers!
Easter Feast | 9.00p
Join us in the Undercroft as we break our Lenten fasts together in our first celebration of Easter! If you are able, please bring an appetizer, a dessert, or a bottle of wine to share.
april 9 easter sunday
Easter Morning Holy Communion | 8.30a and 10.30a
On Easter Sunday morning, we will celebrate Jesus’ resurrection. We begin with a loud Easter acclamation and tintinnabulation. Don’t forget your bells and shakers!