Palm Sunday
April 1-2
Tenebrae for Holy WeekTenebrae Service for web
Tuesday, April 4 at 7:00 pm
in the Nave
Tenebrae is the ancient Latin word for “darkness” and refers to the combined monastic services of Matins and Lauds, the traditional early morning prayer hours, sung during Holy Week.  The most conspicuous feature of this service is the gradual extinguishing of candles after each psalm or canticle is sung, until only the center Christ candle remains. Most of the music for this service is plainsong and will be sung by a 7-voice male choir. Join us and let the mystical sounds of ethereal voices wash over your soul on Tuesday evening of Holy Week.
The Paschal Triduum
April 6-9 at St. James
Join us for the height of the Christian year. Though occurring on three separate days—Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter—the Paschal Triduum is one service, in three parts, marking the death of Christ and his resurrection.
April 6 at 7 p.m.: Maundy Thursday—Holy Eucharist with Optional Footwashing and the Stripping of the Altar
April 7 at 10:30: Stations of the Cross
April 7 at noon: Good Friday Solemn Liturgy
April 8 at 7 p.m.: The Great Vigil of Easter with Baptism and Incense
Easter DayEaster 2023 for web
7 a.m. Sunrise Service (bring a lawn chair and dress for the weather if you plan to attend this service)
9 a.m. Festive Holy Eucharist with Brass
10 a.m. Easter Egg Hunt; Ages 0-K in Inner Courtyard, 1st-3rd grades in Bell Tower Courtyard, and 4th grade and up on the North Lawn near the Memorial Garden
11 a.m. Festive Holy Eucharist with the St. James Choir and Brass
Easter Brunch will be served all morning by our Hospitality Guild.