You are welcome to join us for some or all of our Holy Week services and events…
Travel in hope towards the cross
with Love as your companion:
follow the way to life’s limits;
embrace your fears;
welcome more enduring truths.
10.00 am Parish Eucharist with Palm Procession (from the car park) and re-telling of the passion narrative (Godly Play and Creche).
6.00 pm Via Dolorosa – Choral Service with music and readings
8.00 pm Night Service
Monday – 10 April
8.30 am Morning Prayer
9.00 am Holy Communion
7.00 pm Chrism Eucharist at Sheffield Cathedral – all welcome
A Service which includes the renewal of Ministerial Commitment and the blessing of Sacred Oils.
Tuesday – 11 April
7.00 pm Holy Week Film – “The Way” (Lounge)
Wednesday – 12 April
8.30 am Holy Communion
7.00 pm Reflections on Walking the Camino (Lounge), followed by Compline (Chapel)
Maundy Thursday – 13 April
8.30am Morning Prayer
8.00 pm Liturgy of hand washing and Eucharist in the Upper Room followed by the stripping of the sanctuary and the Vigil in the Chapel.
Good Friday – 14 April
8.30am Morning Prayer
9.30 am Activities and simple service for all ages
12.00 noon – 3.00pm Three hours’ meditation at the foot of the cross led by the Revd Inderjit Bhogal. Please stay for as much or as little as you are able
7.00 pm Film – Please Note: this event has now been cancelled
Holy Saturday – 15 April
7.00 pm Meditation at the tomb (Chapel)
Easter Sunday – 16 April
5.45 am Dawn Service on St Mark’s Green followed by Breakfast in the lounge
8.00 am Holy Communion in the Chapel (BCP)
10.00 am Festive Eucharist
8.00 pm Night Service – Taizé
As we approach Holy Week and Easter we accompany Jesus of Nazareth on his journey towards the cross and beyond all that threatened to diminish him. As we listen to the stories of our faith and share at his table we remember his ministry, passion and death.
Like Martha and Mary, Peter and John, we too follow Jesus. We long to share his way of being human and to experience his enduring presence. The disciples’ trust in Jesus enabled them to embrace his way of life and share the love they experienced with him: a love that found new depths as they suffered his death, mourned his passing and found new life in continuing the ministry he entrusted to them.
We pray that you will find the pilgrimage from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday a deepening and enlivening experience. Together may we share a truly Holy Week.
Sue, Sarah, Shan and Anne