Easter, Lent and Holy Week at St. Andrew’s

EasterCelebrate the Risen Lord

When Christ was crucified, the disciples were confused, hurt, afraid and discouraged. They also feared for their lives. It was much safer not to associate with Jesus.(Matt 26: 69-74; Mark 14: 50).

However, on a Sunday morning, when Jesus rose from the dead; it was a moment of relief, a moment of re-kindled hope, a moment that allow them to put together all they had learned from Jesus. To understand and to celebrate the risen Lord. To reflect and to better know Jesus , not just as a man but as the King of Kings. They could now, for once, believe and trust His word… Hope re-kindled!

Join us as we reflect together about the good news of Christ Risen. Help us on the journey to better know the path that Christ has chosen for us and plays in our lives, our families and our community.

Become a part of not only the celebration of Easter, but help us step into our community and see, experience and share how God is molding us.

Within our Walls

During Lent there is a Prayer Table at the rear of the Church, in the corner. There you may sit or kneel for a moment of prayer. Votive candles are provided for you to light as you offer a prayer. We encourage you to visit the prayer table on Sunday or whenever the church is open. Thanks to the Worship committee and Cynde Schwartz for arranging this prayer opportunity.


ASH WEDNESDAY February 14, 2018: 12noon & 7pm


Palm Sunday, March 25      

8am & 10am Holy Eucharist and Procession of the Palms

Monday, March 24                 

6:30pm Evening Prayer

Tuesday, March 25                 

6:30pm Stations of the Cross

Wednesday, March 26                

6:30pm Evening Prayer

Maundy Thursday, March 29

6pm Worship and Agape Supper

8-9pm Prayer Vigil

Good Friday, March 30

12noon and 7pm Services

Holy Saturday, March 31 

9am Prayer Service

Easter Sunday, April 1           

8am Holy Eucharist                    

10am Choral Eucharist

On Easter morning, we have an Easter Brunch! We always need volunteers to cook scrumptious Easter delights, to decorate Carmichael Hall in pastel hues of spring, and, of course, help clean up when the festivities are over. Please see our Rector if you can help.

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