St Luke Holy Week 2022

Jesus’ disciples buried their hopes along with His body. Their dreams died with their leader. The end, right? Not quite. The story of Easter is the good news that “it’s not over.” There is hope. St. Luke Church invites you to discover that hope this Easter. Bring your family to hear the story of life over death. Hope over despair. Join us for one of our many Holy Week and Easter Week events. Come share in the story of death and life, find out what it means for you, today.

Palm Sunday Service

Sunday, April 10

Together, we raise our palms, shout our Hosannas and celebrate Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem with the glorious music that marks Palm Sunday, the beginning of Holy Week! Join us for Traditional services in the Sanctuary at 8:20 or 11:00am or in the gym for Contemporary worship at 9:30am.

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Maundy Thursday Service

Thursday, April 14 6:30 p.m. in the Gym

This will be a contemporary service in the gym with interactive elements. On this night, we commemorate the supper Jesus shared with his disciples before his crucifixion, when Jesus washed the disciples' feet (John 13:1 –17) and instituted the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper (Matthew 26:26 –29; Mark 14:22 –25; Luke 22:13 –20; 1 Corinthians 11:23 –25).

Good Friday Service

Friday, April 15 at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary

Join us on Good Friday, April 15 at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary for a service of Tenebrae where we will remember the crucifixion of our Savior. Service of Tenebrae, or Darkness, is based on a twelfth-century late night/early morning service and is an extended meditation on the passion of Christ. The worship space will be stripped of all decorations and symbols and the worship space gets darker and darker.. The church then remains bare until the Easter Sunday, when the process is reversed and the celebration begins.

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EASTER SUNDAY

Jesus’ disciples buried their hopes along with His body. Their dreams died with their leader. The end, right? Not quite. The story of Easter is the good news that “it’s not over.” There is hope. St. Luke Church invites you to discover that hope this Easter. Bring your family to hear the story of life over death. Hope over despair. Join us for one of our many Holy Week and Easter Week events. Come share in the story of death and life, find out what it means for you, today.