Year of Worship
Holy Week, 2017
Palm Sunday, April 9th
This service commemorates Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem.

Church Decorations

Blessing of the Palms

Procession of the Palms

Stations of the Cross/Tuesday, April 11th
This service commemorates Jesus Christ's last day on Earth as a man.  It is composed of 14 stations that focus on His last day.  At each station the worshiper is led to recall and meditate on a specific event from Christ's last day.

Tenebrae / Wednesday, April 12th
Tenebrae (the Latin word for 'darkness') is a prolonged meditation on Christ's suffering.  The liturgy uses readings that trace the story of Christ's passion, music that portrays his pathos, the power of silence and darkness suggests the drama of this momentous day.
The Paschal mystery is the heart of the Christian Gospel.  Maundy Thursday begins the Tritium (the sacred three days). The services for Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and The Great Vigil of the Resurrection form a single liturgy in three parts.
Maundy Thursday / April 13th
Maundy Thursday receives its name from the 'mandatum' (commandment) given by our Lord: "A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another;just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another."

Good Friday / April 14th
He cries out from the cross "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" and we are faced with the awful weight of our sins laid upon our Savior's shoulders.
The Great Vigil of Easter / April 15th
The Great Vigil of Easter is the culmination of the sacred celebration of Holy Week and the beginning of the celebration of the Lord's Resurrection.  It begins in darkness and proceeds to a joyous burst of light.  It begins in silence and proceeds to the glorious proclamation of the Paschal Alleluia.
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A Celebration of the Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ
The Sunday of the Resurrection or Easter commemorates the pivotal moment in human history when the power of sin and death was destroyed forever.

Feast of St. Peter
Sunday, June 25, 2017
Pictures of the first episcopal visit by Bishop Hobby to celebrate first Holy Communions, Receptions, and Confirmations
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Picture of New Chapel
August 2017
(First service, still under construction)