Holy Week

Palm Sunday – March 25 at 10:00 am

Maundy Thursday and Gethsemane Watch – March 29 at 6:00 pm

The liturgy of Good Friday – March 30 at 6:00 pm

In our tradition we remember, meditate on, and celebrate the Passion and Resurrection of Jesus in one great, single liturgy spread across three days. This pattern of worship is rooted the practices of early Church, and leads us through Jesus’ last acts among his friends, his arrest and trial, his death on the cross and, ultimately, the empty tomb our shout that He is risen!  We invite you to join us for this whole journey.

To learn more about each service, please click on the calendar links for Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, and Good Friday.

Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday is a day of dramatic contrasts. Our worship today begins outside with singing and remembrance of Jesus’ entry into the great city of Jerusalem as king and Messiah, when his followers hailed him with palm branches. But once we process into the church, the story turns abruptly as Jesus is taken, tried, and killed. Its jarring, they way triumph and desolation are held together in a single service. But that is our way of acting out what we call the mystery at the heart of our faith–the death which destroys death, the darkness of the tomb and the light of the resurrection.