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Palm Sunday/The Sunday of the Passion, April 10 @ 9:30 AM
(Remember to bring in loose coins collected during Lent so we can give some “Laundry Love” to our Afghan refugee neighbors.)
One service only at 9:30 AM (7:45 AM is canceled.) In-person & livestreamed.
This service begins in praise and ends in reflective silence, re‑tracing the arc from Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem through his suffering and death on the cross.
Maundy Thursday, April 14 @ 7 PM
In-person & livestreamed.
On Maundy Thursday we remember the Last Supper from which comes our practice of Holy Communion and contemplate Jesus’s commandment to love one another. This is one of the most beautiful services of the entire church year.
Good Friday, April 15 @ Noon: The Stations of the Cross
In-person in the Columbarium (outdoors). No livestream available.
On Good Friday we remember how Jesus poured himself out for us through his death on the cross. This year we will use the Stations created by parish artists during our 2021 Lenten Art Project, and our walk will be accompanied by music, reflection, and prayer.
Good Friday, April 15 @ 7 PM: The Proper Liturgy
In-person & livestreamed.
On Good Friday we read the Passion story from the Gospel of John and remember how Jesus poured himself out for us through his death on the cross.
Holy Saturday, April 16 @ 10 AM
In-person & via Zoom (not available on YouTube)
On Holy Saturday, we gather for a brief moment to mark the “between time” — a time of solemn “waiting” between Jesus’s death on the cross and the glorious moment of his resurrection on Easter.
Easter Sunday, April 17
Easter is the central feast of the Christian year. We’ll celebrate with beautiful music and extend a warm welcome to many local families who will join us; and afterward, an outdoor Coffee Hour and fun-filled Easter Egg Hunt!!!
In-person, spoken service (no music). No livestream available.
In-person, in the Main Church with choir, handbells, and special guest musicians. Livestreamed on Zoom & YouTube. Mo. Sarah+ will preside.
9:30 AM (concurrent with service in church)
In-person, in the Columbarium (outdoors.) No livestream available. Fr. Stephen+ will preside. No prior sign-up needed. Masks optional. Music led by guitar. Bring flowers from home to decorate the Easter Cross. Chairs will be set up in the church yard, but if you wish to bring your own, please feel free.
Walk the Lenten Labyrinth at St. John’s
As Lent begins, the lines of a labyrinth will be marked in the circular grass area in St. John’s Columbarium. The labyrinth is available daily throughout the Lenten season for walking meditation and prayer. An optional prayer guide is provided at the entrance. All are welcome.