6:30 p.m. Maundy Thursday, April 2
Supper + Washing + Do This + Watch
7:30 p.m. Good Friday, April 3
Cross + Candles + Prayer + Song
7:30 p.m. The Great Vigil of Easter, April 4
Fire + Water + Story + Bread & Wine
Since the earliest days the church, the Triduum (three days) has been celebrated to give all the experience of walking with Jesus from the Last Supper with his disciples to the Resurrection on Easter morning. These three liturgies are meant to be experienced as one - like a play with three acts - only our intermissions are a bit longer.
You are invited to come and experience the story by participating in many different actions, word and song. Because of the experiential nature of these liturgies, they are one of the best ways to form our faith and especially the faith of children and youth. So, mark the times and days on your family's calendar and immerse yourself in the greatest story - the love of God for all of us.