During Holy Week, the last week of Lent, Christians recall the events leading up to Jesus’ crucifixion and his Resurrection. The week includes four days of special significance: Palm Sunday commemorates Jesus’ entry on a donkey into Jerusalem; Maundy Thursday marks Jesus’ institution of the Eucharist at the Last Supper; Good Friday recalls Jesus’ suffering and death on the cross. Finally, Easter Day is the celebration of Jesus’ conquering death.
You are invited to journey with us through the most significant time in the Christian calendar. Most of our services are online-only, all via our YouTube Channel, but we are reopening for public worship on Easter Day with a dawn Vigil Eucharist at 6am, and a Mid-morning Eucharist at 10am.
We are reopening for public worship on Easter Day with two services, one at 6am and one at 10am. Signing up to come to services feels very strange, but it helps us to plan for numbers, ensure social distancing, and keep records for contact tracing. Each service has limited numbers, but you can join a waiting list if the service is full.