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Maundy Thursday | Good Friday | Easter Worship

What is Maundy Thursday?

Why is it important to us?

Maundy Thursday get its odd name from the Latin word for “commandment”—maundatum—remembering new commandment to “love one another as I have loved you” that Jesus gave to his disciples during the Last Supper. It marks the end of Lent as each worshipper hears a word of forgiveness spoken directly to them as they kneel at the railing just before receiving Holy Communion. The service ends with the Stripping of the Altar in preparation for Good Friday.

What is Good Friday?

Why is It important to us?

Good Friday tells again the story of Jesus’ Passion (his suffering and death on the cross) in its entirety. Each of the pastors will share a meditation at different parts of the story. The music will be contemplative. The service ends with the final “stripping” of the chancel as the large banners our lowered and carried out by the pastors.

All are invited!

 Saturday, April 20

5:30PM | 7:00PM

Sunday, April 21

7:00AM | 8:30AM
9:45AM* | 11:00AM

* = ASL Interpreted

Easter is the celebration of Jesus’ Resurrection and God’s victory over death. It is the biggest celebration in the Church Year. And because of that, in addition to the four worship services on Sunday morning, we’ll also celebrate on Saturday evening - two different times!