Readings: Acts 5: 25-32 and John 20:19-25
Friday, April 29 at 6 pm
At The Hunter’s Home
The newcomer’s dinners are an opportunity to get better acquainted with Todd and Debbie Hunter, and some of the leaders at Holy Trinity Church. The evening includes a meal together over friendly conversations to get to know others who are new to our community. These casual dinners allow newcomers to discover what God is up to in and through Holy Trinity.
For additional information, address to the Hunter’s home, and to RSVP, please contact Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 27, 10am
Vanguard University, Needham Chapel [map]
Join Holy Trinity as we celebrate the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. All children ministries will have their regular classes.
Flowering The Cross
On Easter we will be placing flowers on the cross during worship on Easter morning. Flowering of the cross is an ancient Christian practice in which we place flowers on the bare cross at the front of the sanctuary. The cross is bare during Lent to symbolize the humility and suffering of Jesus. But on Easter, the cross is covered with flowers to symbolize the new life that emerges from Christ’s death on Good Friday and resurrection on Easter. If you’d like to participate, please bring a small bouquet (2-3 flowers), either from the store or from your yard.
Holy Week Services
We invite you to Holy Trinity Church as we create a sacred space for our Lenten Journey.
Palm Sunday* – March 20 at 10am (description)
Maundy Thursday* – March 24 at 7pm (description)
Good Friday* – March 25 at 7pm (description)
Holy Saturday – March 26 at 7pm (description)
Good Friday Reflection Resource: Stations of the Cross Sonnets by Malcolm Guite
Malcolm Guite walks us through the 14 stations of the cross with his poetry. Hear Malcolm recite each poem as you look at etchings of each station. This resource is an artful way to spend Holy Week. To listen and read go to Stations of the Cross.