Holy Week Gatherings

Maundy Thursday Seder Meal, April 17, 6-8pm*

All are invited to gather in Banner Hall to participate in a Seder meal and soup potluck. Please bring a place setting (bowl, spoon, cup) for each member of your family and something to share for the dinner portion of the evening.

Last names A-S: soup, T-Z: bread. Click HERE to sign up for the Seder; please register by Sunday, 4/13. Childcare for birth – 5 years is available for those who register.

About the Seder:
The Seder meal commemorates the beginning of Passover week for Jews. The meal uses symbolic foods and a liturgy that is read in order to recount God’s saving act in the Exodus event. In the Seder, there is a longing for the Messiah who will redeem Israel. As Christians, we believe that Messiah is Jesus. The meal takes on the added symbolism of Christ for us, as we see our identity as grafted in with Israel. We remember Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection, and long for his coming again to make all things right.

*sign-up required

Good Friday Tenebrae, April 18, 8pm

“Darkness covered the whole land…” Lament and pray in the darkness of Christ’s crucifixion through this reflective worship gathering held in the sanctuary. The gathering will last approximately one hour and childcare for 0-5 will be available.

Holy Saturday Vigil, April 19, 7pm-Midnight

Join us as we keep vigil on Saturday night and await the dawn of Easter. We will start out at the fire pit outside at 7pm and proceed with corporate activities at the top of the hour from 7pm to Midnight. There will also be a journey through the stations of the cross and areas of prayer and contemplation for individuals and groups to take part in on their own timeframe. Come and go as you wish.

Easter Sunday + Pancake Breakfast, April 20

Join us for Easter Sunday gatherings at 7am, 9am, or 11am on Easter Sunday with a pancake breakfast in Banner Hall from 8:30-11:30am. Childcare will not be provided at the 7am gathering. Childcare for ages 0-3 will be provided at the 9 & 11.