EASTER @ JUBILEE (At present these events are tentative
and may be changed depending on local conditions relating to Covid 19)
PALM SUNDAY Words, Music and Communion with and for all generations celebrating the beginning of Holy Week,
April 5th, 10:30 am
MAUNDY THURSDAY Thursday, April 9th, 6:00 pm
Maundy Thursday, also called Holy Thursday, is the Thursday before Easter. Christians remember it as the day of the Last Supper, when Jesus washed the feet of his disciples and established the ceremony known as the Eucharist or Communion. Typically, about 100 people show up and we share an intimate and informal worship service around the table sharing food and friendship.
In the sharing of a simple meal we will search for meaning in the symbols and memories that are always with us. We will have foot and/or hand washing; we will share food, laughter, companionship and we will complete the evening with candles and a shared telling of The Last Supper, the Betrayal, the Trial and Crucifixion of Jesus.
GOOD FRIDAY The story of the Passion. A time for personal reflection and an opportunity to engage with the cross and understand the story of Jesus’ crucifixion. Lead by the choir and our Ministry Team in the Sanctuary. Friday, April 10th, 10:30 am
EASTER “SON”RISE SERVICE Sunday, April 12th Out on the Labyrinth at 8:00 am. – Inside/Outside(depending on the weather) – Guitar and voice provide an informal celebration of Jesus’ resurrection and the joy of new life! Afterwards, stay for pancake breakfast!
EASTER SUNDAY April 12th 10:30 am The Big One!! Words and Music, Choir and Flowers, Young and Old, Celebration for Everyone. Even if you’ve never been to church before, there will be something in this service for you!
Holy Week Study Group for those looking for something small and more contemplative. Monday – Friday, April 6-10, 8-850am
Join us every morning or just one or two mornings in the Garden Room for a short video and then some safe non-judgmental discussion as we wonder together about Resurrection.
What is the Resurrection?
What does it mean that Jesus was resurrected?
What did the Gospel Writers believe?
What did Paul believe?
What does resurrection mean for us?
Is this history, theology, metaphor, fantasy, reality?
Rev. Seli will lead the discussion. The Coffee will be hot, the welcome warm and the discussion worth your time and effort