We’ll gather on Zoom for a simple inter-generational service with special scripture readings and prayers. We’ll officially welcome Easter by making some joyful noise as we recover the “Alleluia” we buried on Ash Wednesday. Register on Zoom
Enjoy the transcendent beauty of sacred music while contemplating the mysteries of Holy Week.
Our traditional Good Friday ecumenical service recalls the “seven last sayings of Christ from the cross” with homilies on each of the last sayings. The Rev. Jessie Gutgsell Dodson will be joined by homilists from six neighboring churches.
On this holy night, we recall two central events in the last week of Jesus’ life: his giving of a new commandment to love others as he has loved us, and the institution of the Eucharist. Both of these events took place in an intimate domestic gathering between Jesus and his friends after a meal.
Join us on Zoom to pray the traditional Prayer Book service of Evening Prayer. These simple services will incorporate brief musical offerings. Register on Zoom
We’ll gather for a brief outdoor observance of the Liturgy of the Palms and conclude with a carillon rendition of the hymn, ‘All glory, laud and honor.’ Worshippers will then return home to view the remainder of the service online. Standard safety protocols, including masks and social distancing, will be observed.
In this year’s Lent forum offering, we’ll travel to Israel and explore the geography of the Holy Land in a virtual pilgrimage from St. George’s College Jerusalem. We’ll walk where Jesus walked and see the desert, the water well, the mountain, the sea, the road, and, finally, the garden where…
Join us for Holy Eucharist on The Sunday of the Passion: Palm Sunday. The Rev. Brandon Ashcraft preaches.
This Lenten Bible Study will explore the Gospel of Mark — the primary source of our Sunday Gospel readings for this year. The sessions will shine a spotlight on Mark’s unique approach to telling the “good news of the story of Jesus, the Son of God” and will combine tools…
I heard a parable recently, not from Jesus but from Buddha. It’s a timely one, especially considering what we just heard in our Old Testament reading about fiery serpents.