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Maundy Thursday – April 1
7:30 PM The Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper

Maundy Thursday is when we remember at least four important moments in the life of Jesus. First, we remember how Jesus instituted the Lord’s Supper and instructed his disciples to “do this in remembrance of me.” Secondly, we remember how Jesus surprised his disciples by washing their feet. He commanded them, “you also ought to wash one another’s feet.” Thirdly, we remember his “Mandatum Novum”, “I give you a new commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you…” (John 13:34). Finally, we remember how his disciples handed over Jesus to be arrested.

The Rev. Dr. R. Scott Herr preaching
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Good Friday – April 2
7:30 PM Tenebrae Service


Franz Joseph Haydn’s Seven Last Words of Christ

Presented by the New York Classical Quartet

Join us for the solemn service of Tenebrae on Good Friday, April 2nd at 7:30 pm. Interspersed with the readings of Christ’s seven last words on the cross will be Haydn’s famous Seven Last Words of Christ. Originally written for the underground grotto of the Oratorio de la Santa Ceuva in Cadiz Spain, the work is comprised of musical reflections on each of the readings traditionally read on Good Friday. The New York Classical Quartet will present the work in its original form for string quartet as commissioned by the Brotherhood of Santa Cueva for a Good Friday service in 1787. We hope you join us in-person or on LocalLive for this intimate service of remembrance.

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Easter Sunday – April 4

Happy Easter! At 9:30 am, we will be having an Easter Egg hunt for the kids over on the playground. We will meet over by the Tate Barn at 9:30 before we let the kids in to look for eggs, so be there and bring a basket! As always, there will be childcare during the Sunday service and children’s worship during the sermon on resurrection hope. There will be NO virtual Sunday School during coffee hour this week so that you may all enjoy Easter day with your children!
10:00 AM Service with Holy Communion
*Outdoors or LocalLive
The Rev. Dr. R. Scott Herr preaching
Featuring festive music with brass quintet and small vocal ensemble
*The most northerly entrance to the parking lot will be used with limited mobility parking reserved on the south edge of the parking lot.  We will be worshipping on the circle drive and adjacent lawn for the 10:00 am service if weather permits.  Access to the building will only be through the north doors leading into the hall for restroom access. Plan to bring your lawn chair, as we’ll be setting up in the traffic circle area just north of the sanctuary front door so that there is no limit to who can join us.
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