|8:00, 9:00 & 11:00am Worship with Holy Communion
Shout “Hosanna!” together as we remember Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem.
|NO EVENING MEAL OR ACTIVITIES
(Except Bell Choir and Senior Choir)
|7:00pm Worship Service with Holy Communion
Maundy Thursday is from the Latin word “maundatum” which means mandate. This service focuses on the loving commandments Jesus gives us to serve one another (as Jesus took on the role of servant, washing the feet of the disciples) and the gift of the Last Supper, the instructions Jesus left with followers to “do this in remembrance of me….”
|Good Friday||12:00pm Brief Order of Tenebrae, Sanctuary|
|April 3||5:45-8:15pm Good Friday Prayer Stations, Fireside Room/Gathering Space.
Participants may spend five minutes or two hours interacting with the different stations as they choose. The various stations will guide people to reflect on the events that took place on this Holy Day and on our relationship with God. The design is intentionally appropriate for children of all ages from 1 to 100. Children and Youth are encouraged to visit the Prayer Stations wit a family member.
|6:00pm Prayers Around the Cross, Luther Hall
This reflective worship around the cross offers time for Taizé style music, scripture and candlelight prayers.
|7:00pm Full Order of Tenebrae, Sanctuary
This Service of Shadows is a combination of scripture lessons and extinguishing of candles symbolic of Jesus’ journey to the cross. Special music weaves throughout this Good Friday worship.