Holy Week 2021
Sunday, March 28, is Palm Sunday (also called Passion Sunday). Palm Sunday is a mixture of celebration and solemnity. Worship for both morning services that day begin with an air of festivity as we celebrate with music and palm branches. As the service progresses, the mood and focus of our worship will shift to the Passion of our Lord and what that means for the week ahead. It is this service that begins our worship for Holy Week. The service will not conclude, but will end in a way that invites you to its continuation on Thursday and Friday, and then to its culmination on Easter Sunday. We look forward to your participation in this meaningful and important part of our Easter preparation.
Thursday, April 1 will be our Maundy Thursday observance, a service in which we remember Jesus’ Passover meal before His crucifixion. The Sacrament of Holy Communion is a part of our worship and remembrance this night. This service, too, does not conclude, but instead dramatically ends with the stripping of the altar and chancel area. Worship is at 7:00 PM.
Friday, April 2 is Good Friday. Our worship that evening will focus on the crucifixion of our Lord and our part in that crucifixion. As in past years, this service will be a tenebrae service (a service of shadows). A part of this service that many have found quite meaningful is the opportunity provided to actually nail our sins to the cross. Worship that evening is at 7:00 PM This service, too, will end in anticipation of a conclusion on Easter Sunday.
We invite you to join us
Easter Sunday, April 4, 2021
as we celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!
Go HERE for details about, and to sign up for, Easter morning worship.