The Sunday of the Passion and Liturgy of the Palms.
Holy Thursday, or Maundy Thursday, commemorates the institution of the Eucharist. The term “Maundy” derives from the Latin word for “commandment”.
It is the day when Christians commemorate Jesus Christ's crucifixion.
Celebrate the Risen Lord with Holy Eucharist.
A note about the Paschal Triduum (March 29-April 1): You will notice that Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday do not begin and end the same as other services. This is because these three church services are actually one liturgy called the Paschal Triduum (or Easter Triduum). Each of these three services are designed to flow into one another as one continuous liturgy in which the Body of Christ participates in the passion, death, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Please plan to attend these services celebrating the Paschal Mystery over three days!
Episcopalians around the world will read the Gospel according to Luke during Lent and the Book of Acts during Eastertide in 2018. Forward Movement invites you to join this adventure, and we welcome organizational partnerships to offer resources to sustain and enrich people in this journey.
Click on the links below for more information and join us each Sunday beginning February 18th
Yes! In addition to Forward Day by Day, Forward Movement offers the Bible Challenge series, A Journey with Luke and A Journey through Acts, with theological reflections written by faith leaders from around the world. Forward Movement also will provide a free, downloadable discussion guide for groups. Further, many partners are working with Forward Movement to create resources to support you on your journey in the Good Book Club.
Holy Eucharist Rite II
9:00 am during the Easter Season
Holy Eucharist and Healing Service
Holy Eucharist Sunday's
Wednesday 12:12 pm
The Rev. Regan Schutz is honored and delighted to be appointed Priest-in-Charge of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer effective December 1, 2017! Download the November newsletter for a complete introduction.
The Redeemer Community exists to share the transforming power of the Lord Jesus Christ through worship in the Anglican tradition and active demonstration of his love in our daily lives.
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Wednesday 12:12 pm
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