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Good Friday
Friday, April 18th at 12noon

When I survey the wondrous cross
Rockingham


The Great Vigil of Easter
Saturday April 19th at 8pm

Psalm 33 – PlainsongCanticle 8, The Song of Moses – Tonus Peregrinus

At Communion – Magdalena– Johannes Brahms
Gravement from Piece d’Orgue, BWV 572 – J.S. Bach

Sermon: Death no longer has dominion

Sunday of the Resurrection
Easter Day April 20th
at 10:30am

Piece d’Orgue, BWV 572 – J.S Bach
Prelude on Easter Hymn – Robert Powell

Anthem – Hallelujah from the Mount of Olives
Ludwig van Beethoven
Todd Wachsman, Conducting

At the Gospel – The Great Alleluia – Plainsong

Christus Vincit – Noyon/ Hancoc

Offertory Anthem – Ruhrt die Cymbel – Franz Schubert Olivia Smith, Soprano

Sanctus/Benedictus (Short Festive Service)
Alec Wyton


At Communion – Three Easter Chorale Preludes
J.S. Bach

Toccata from the Fifth Organ Symphony
Charles Marie Widor
Assisted by Daniel Jordan, Trombone

Sermon: Seeing Christ

Easter

Holy Week 2014

Palm Sunday

Sunday of The Passion, April 13
8:30 and 10:30am

Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord!
Liturgy of the Palms and Procession. The Passion Gospel and Holy Eucharist. Our Lenten Offering is gathered for Notre Dame de l’ Annonciation School in Port-au-Prince.

Holy Monday through Holy Wednesday—10am
Whoever serves me must follow me
The Holy Eucharist is celebrated in the chapel. The readings from Isaiah prepare us for the Christian Passover.

Maundy Thursday, April 17—6:45pm
Community Supper in the parish hall.
Please make reservations.
8pm
Unless I wash you, you have no share with me
The Holy Eucharist with Ceremony of the Foot Washing. The Watch, a period of silent prayer, takes place in the chapel until 10pm.

Good Friday, April 18

12Noon
I will put my laws in their hearts
Saint Luke’s hosts First Presbyterian Church and their new pastor, The Reverend Larissa Kwong Abazia. For those who choose, a meditative walk to our Deanery parishes follows. The church will be open until 3:00pm for silent prayer.


8pm The Way of the Cross

Readings from Saint John’s Passion
with psalms and hymns.

Easter Eve, April 19—8pm
Death no longer has dominion
The Great Vigil of Easter: Bring bells to ring during the Gloria. Celebrate the first Eucharist of Easter with Holy Baptism. Participate in the Church's most ancient celebration of Christ's New Life (and bring a party food to share).

Easter Day, April 20—8:30 and 10:30am
I have seen the Lord
Children bring their Easter Baskets for a special blessing. At 10:30am, the Festive Choral Celebration of the Holy Eucharist is followed by our Easter Reception (please sign-up with your food contributions) and Children's Egg Hunt.


Sacred Music and Sermons Titles
of Holy Week and Easter

The Sunday of the Passion—April 13th at 10:30am
Prelude – Hosannah – Franz Liszt

Ride on! Ride on in Majesty – arr. by H.A. Norris

Hosanna to the Son of David – T.L de Victoria

Anthem – Christus factus est – Anton Bruckner

Sermon: Through the Eyes of a Child


Maundy Thursday—April 17th at 8pm

Fugue on BACH, Opus 60, 1 – Robert Schumann

Anthem – Ave, Verum Corpus – William Byrd

Anthem at the Foot Washing – Ubi Caritas – Maurice Duruffle

At Communion – O Sacred Head, Once Wounded
– J. S. Bach

Sermon: Being Washed



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