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Don’t forget — Holy week is next week!

Palm Sunday is this coming Sunday, March 24th.

The Holy Week Schedule is as follows:

 

 

Palm Sunday (March 24th)

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Come to our Palm Sunday liturgy at 8:30 or 11:00 AM to kick off Holy Week!

If you’ve RSVP ‘d for the SEDER MEAL, don’t forget — it’s being held the evening of Palm Sunday! Check your invitations for more details.

 

Monday & Tuesday of Holy Week (March 25 & 26)

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Holy Eucharist, 6:30 PM

 Holy Monday Eucharist – The Reverend Timothy Graham, rector of Trinity, Columbus, will be our celebrant and preacher, and Fr. Jeff will play acoustic music from the Taize Community in France.

Holy Tuesday Eucharist – We will celebrate a Celtic Eucharist service.   Rev. Pat Marchant will be preaching.

 Wednesday of Holy Week (March 27)

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6:30pm Stations of the Cross

The acolytes of St. Nicholas will lead this moving liturgy as we literally journey with Christ to the Cross.

Maundy Thursday (March 28)

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6:30pm Foot Washing/Stripping of Altar

We will learn about the institution of the Lord’s Supper as well as experience the grace of the liturgy of foot washing and the stripping of the altar.

Good Friday (March 29)

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6:30pm Good Friday Passion Liturgy

The most solemn liturgy of Holy Week where we hear again the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ. You can’t embrace the truth of Easter without Good Friday, so you will not want to miss this service.

 

Easter Sunday (March 31)

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Come celebrate the joy of the Resurrection with us this Easter Sunday!

After journeying with Christ through Holy Week and mourning His death, we must also experience with Him the joy of the Resurrection. Dying, he destroyed our death; RISING, He restored our LIFE! Embrace your Easter identity by coming to celebrate the first day of the Easter season with us at 8:30 or 11:00 Sunday morning! (NOTE: there will be no Sunday School Easter Sunday.)