Holy Week & Easter Services and Events

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We have a variety of special services and events over Lent and Easter Week. Most of our worship services are both online and in person. Some worship services are in person only. They are designated as such in the schedule below.

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Palm Sunday, March 24

11:00 a.m. Morning Service – Online and In Person 
Sermon: Rev. Dr. J. Peter Holmes

4:30 p.m. Choral Passiontide Devotion – Online and In Person
The Soloists and Section Leads of Yorkminster Park, directed by William Maddox, present a beautiful service of choral music and prayer.
FREE Admission

Maundy Thursday, March 28

7:00 p.m. Foot Washing and Communion – In Person Only
This moving service is focussed on the Upper Room and Gethsemane and will include readings, prayers, music, a homily, as well as Foot Washing and the Sacrament of Communion.
Homily: Rev. Dr. J. Peter Holmes

Good Friday, March 29

11 a.m. Morning Service – Online and In Person
This solemn service follows the Passion of Christ to the Cross, focussing on his words from the cross with scripture, poetry, prayers and music.

12:30 p.m. Churches on-the-Hill Good Friday Walk
Together with our neighbouring churches we walk through the community, stopping at each church for a brief service.

4:00 p.m. The Good Friday Concert – In Person Only
Music and Readings for a Most Holy Day. Readings, poetry, and choral music featuring the Hedgerow Singers conducted by Eric Robertson
FREE Admission.

Holy Saturday, March 30

11:00 a.m. Morning Service – In Person Only
A Service of Prayer, Meditation and Music.
Homily: Rev. Paula Willis

Easter Sunday, March 31

8:30 a.m. Easter Communion – In Person Only 
Easter Communion. A joyful celebration of the resurrection with Easter readings/prayers and Communion in Cameron Hall.

9:00 a.m. Easter Breakfast
The Heritage Room - Everyone Welcome

11 a.m. Easter Service – Online and In Person
Worship featuring the choir and brass accompaniment to the great hymns of Easter.
Sermon: Rev. Dr. J. Peter Holmes

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