2024 Holy Week Schedule

Holy Week is a time to reflect on the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Remembering Jesus’ actions, reflecting on his messages and recommitting to living as his disciples in the world today. The Triduum marks the three-part worship of Holy Week which takes us to the final days of Jesus life, crucifixion, and resurrection.

We hope this schedule helps you plan to observe these important days, both on your own and with others. May you have a blessed Holy Week and Easter.

Palm Sunday – March 24
8:00 AM | Chapel | Palm Sunday Liturgy
10:00 AM | Labyrinth and Church | Palm Sunday Liturgy with Procession

The Triduum

Maundy Thursday – March 28
6:00 PM | Parish Hall | Meal and Introduction to the Triduum
6:45 PM | Church | Maundy Thursday Liturgy and Altar of Repose
The sacred liturgy of Maundy Thursday in the church brings us into the Last Supper with the institution of the Eucharist, and to washing each other’s feet, as Jesus tells us, “So if I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also ought to wash one another’s feet.” We then strip the altar and place the reserve Eucharist into a beautiful Altar of Repose in the St. Nicholas Chapel, for private prayer and vigil until Good Friday at noon.

Good Friday – March 29
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM  | Church | Altar of Repose for Private Prayer
12:00 PM | Church | Good Friday Liturgy with the Passion of Christ
1:00 PM | Church | Veneration of the Cross, Confession, and Prayer Stations
Prayer Stations are opportunities for individual prayer in several different locations and practices set up around the church at your own pace and preference, from rosary and labyrinth, to art and contemplation.
2:00 PM | Church | Music and Reflections on Jesus’ Seven Last Words

Easter Sunday – March 31
5:30 AM | Labyrinth and Church | The Great Vigil of Easter
8:00 AM | Parish Hall | Easter Brunch Potluck
9:30 AM | Egg Hunt
10:00 AM | Church | Easter Eucharist with Holy Baptism

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