Liturgies and Resources for Holy Week and Easter Day

When the doors of the house were locked for fear….Jesus came among them and said, ‘Peace be with you’. May your hearts be filled with the joy of resurrection.

You are warmly invited to use these resources as we worship together yet apart.

If you wish to, please join with others via digital means –

Zoom links are available for some services.

We recommend that you read through the liturgy well in advance 

so that you are aware of what you may need to have available, e.g. candles, food. etc. 

 

Maundy Thursday – 9 April

12 noon Eucharist – Service booklet.

A recording of this service can be viewed here.

Maundy Thursday reflection from Bishop Pete is now on the Diocese of Sheffield Facebook page

8.30 pm: Vigil. We keep vigil in our own households. A service booklet is available here.

 

Good Friday – 10 April

Stations of the Cross A virtual journey (video/audio tour with written commentary) of the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM)

Reflections for Good Friday Four members of St Mary’s Walkley have recorded the Gospel readings for Good Friday and reflections by Stephen Cottrell. They can be found here.

10 am Interactive Service for all ages. Resources are on the Children’s and Families page here.

12 noon Via Dolorosa – view a PDF of the service booklet or please see below for interactive version – best viewed in full screen.

Holy Saturday – 11 April

 

7.00 pm Meditation at the Tomb – A Zoom service, the details were sent out in this week’s e-newsletter, or view a  PDF Service booklet.

Easter Day – 12 April 

 

Dawn Service – A PDF booklet for a service for those who wish to get up early.

10.00 am Resurrection Eucharist – view a PDF of the Service booklet or please see below for interactive version – best viewed in full screen.

Details for joining us on Zoom – if you are a member of one of the closed FB groups you will find the details there. Alternatively you can email sarah@stmarkssheffield.co.uk

7.00 pm  Night Service. An agape meal service over Zoom – details in this week’s e-newsletter. You are invited to join us in ‘bringing’ your meal to the service, but you are also very welcome to join us if you’ve already eaten.
You can view the liturgy here. This liturgy is designed to be reusable at any time – you may wish to use it to frame a meal with friends and family! 


May we all be blessed as we journey together yet apart
through this most holy and painful of weeks,
remembering always that the dawn of new hope will come to those who wai