Nursery Care is available from 9:30 A.M - 12:30 PM
upstairs next to Godly Play Room.
do you mark Holy Week when it seems like the rest of the world is
ignoring it? This is a fundamental question for Christians. I grew up
not having to address this problem, since I went to an Anglican school,
and so I had vacation from the beginning of Holy Week through the week
after Easter. As a Preacher's Kid, with the rhythms of our week
dictated by Holy Week, it never occurred to me that it might be
otherwise. On Good Friday we held the three hour service, and only when
I became a teenager was I allowed to miss some of this- if I went home
and made hot cross buns!
At least our children now have a day off school on Good Friday, but
it's tempting to use it for the thousand and one things that we need to
get done. If you can, try to keep one foot firmly in Holy Week. Come
to the Maundy Thursday service, where we remember the events of the Last
Supper, which established the Sacrament of the Eucharist. On Good
Friday, bring your older children to the 7.30pm service, or at home,
take a moment with your children, maybe after supper, to say a prayer,
or sing "Were you there when they crucified my Lord". These small
observances make Easter all the more glorious when it arrives! In this
way, we can mark God's time within our usual routine.
Service and Supper 5:30 PM
Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt 9:30 AM
Junior Choir Practice 9:30 – 9:45 AM
Easter Eucharist 10:30 AM
There will be no Church School on Sunday April 15th due to School Vacation. There will be Child Care.