Palm Sunday, March 25
Our 9am and 11am services will feature the Liturgy of the Palms, a Festival Procession and a dramatic reading of the Passion narrative. Children aged 5 and older will remain with their parents for the service. Childcare is provided for ages 4 and younger. There is no children’s talk on Palm Sunday, so please take your children to childcare prior to the start of the service.
Maundy Thursday, March 29 at 7pm
The worship of Maundy Thursday is rich in symbolism and will include washing of feet and the dramatic stripping of the altar in preparation for Good Friday. The service concludes in total darkness. Childcare is provided for ages 4 and younger. Kindergarten through grade 5 will have a special themed program in the Hunt Rooms.
Good Friday, March 30 from Noon – 3pm
Because these are the hours Jesus hung on the cross, we encourage worshippers to keep vigil for the entire three-hour period, but the service will easily allow people to spend any one hour (Noon, 1pm or 2pm) without loss of continuity. There will be children’s ministry for all children (infants to grade 5), available for all three hours (Noon, 1pm and 2pm). Please feel free to drop off your children for all three hours, or for any one or two of the three hours.
Sacramental Confession (Mon, March 26 – Wed, March 28; by appointment)
In the Anglican tradition, there is no requirement for private confession. However, James 5:16 reads, “Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed.” If you desire to have your conscience unburdened and to receive spiritual consolation and ease of mind, you are invited to receive reconciliation with God through the aid of a priest. Jonathan Millard, Tish Warren and Jonathan Warren will be available by appointment these three days during Holy Week to hear your private confession. Please call or email one of the priests or call the church office in confidence (ext. 219).