The Great Triduum:
The Great Triduum is one liturgy over the course of three days. It begins Maundy Thursday, continues on Good Friday, and finally ends with the Easter Vigil. You can attend any of the services by themselves, but every Episcopalian should attend all three of them at least once in their life!
Maundy Thursday: April 1st at 7:00 p.m. (In Person & Online)
We'll be skipping the literal foot washing this year, but we will be hearing all about the example Christ set for us.
Good Friday: April 2nd at 11:30 a.m. (In Person & Online)
We'll start with the Stations of the Cross in front of the church, and move inside around noon to continue the liturgy.
The Great Easter Vigil: April 4th at 7:00 a.m.
The Great Easter Vigil is the final part of the Great Triduum, and one of the most celebratory and joyful services we have in the church. Come right at sunrise to witness the empty tomb and bring a bell to ring! We will even have (permitted, researched, masked, and distanced) congregational singing of your favorite Easter hymns!
Easter Day with Holy Baptism: April 4th at 10:30 a.m. (In Person & Online)
We will have a Baptism; celebratory music by Jane, our Music Director, Carole, our soloist, and David Childers and George Banks, our guest percussionists; and Mother Lisa will be singing the Eucharist.
In order to comply with Diocesan guidelines of limited capacity, we do require tickets for both Easter services. Please see our updated Covid-19 Guidelines.