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Palm Sunday Lovefeast

11.20.2016

We will hold our regular Palm Sunday worship at 11 am -- recalling Christ's triumphant entry into Jerusalem.  Then at 7:00 pm, we will hold our Palm Sunday Lovefeast to start our Holy Week Reading Services.  Each night, we will read the incidents of that day in this solemn week leading up to Good Fraday and Easter.

Holy Week Reading Services

04.08.2017

Each night this week, we will gather at 7 pm to read the events in Christ's life, interspersed with hymn verses that amplify the reading.  The Palm Sunday Reading Service will include a lovefeast, and will be held in the Sanctuary.  The services the rest of the nights will be held in the Rights Chapel.  Wednesday, yout from LOGOS will read portions of the service.  Maundy Thursday will of course include Holy Communion.  The Good Friday service is structured as a Tenebrae Service, a service of darkness.  There will be no service at Trinity on Saturday ("Great Sabbath") but all are invited to join in the Great Sabbath Service of Music at Home Moravian Church at 7 pm.

Good Friday Cross Walk

04.08.2017

The Good Friday Cross Walk will be held on April 14 starting at 11 am.  We will gather at LOAVES & FISHES, 657 West 5th Street, the Building across the street from the Downtown Library.  Parking is available in the Centenary UMC lot next to Loaves & Fishes, and we will gather in the 5th Street “Gathering Place,” the open lot between Loaves & Fishes and Bib’s Restaurant.  Please arrive between 10:30 am and 11:00 am.  The Walk will begin at 11:00 promptly. 

During the walk, participants will take turns carrying a full-size wooden cross as we process in prayerful silence to Salem Square, where we conclude with a liturgy for the Crucifixion.  For more informaation, visit:

http://trinitymoravian.org/concrete5/traditions/cross-walk/

Evensong

04.22.2017

On Sunday, May 7 at 5:00 pm, we will hold the first Evensong worship gathering.  Evensong, which is a new alternative worship experience, will meet the first Sunday of every month (mostly!) and is open to all who seek a deeper awareness of God's presence (definitely!).  Come as you are - we are an open and welcoming group.

This first Evensong is based on the worship of the early Christians, who had to meet in secret in the catacombs of Rome.  For mroe information, visit www.evensongworship.org.