This Holy Week will certainly be unlike any in living memory, but it will also abound in holiness if we choose to embrace it. We may not be able to gather together to perform the familiar rites and rituals that mean so much to many of us, but we may find ourselves blessed in unexpected ways by the need to pray through Holy Week in new ways and places.

HOLY MONDAY

April 6

HOLY TUESDAY

April 7

HOLY WEDNESDAY

April 8

MAUNDY THURSDAY

April 9

Liturgy for Maundy Thursday at Homea service that takes place around the dinner table, including prayers and readings. This requires some advance preparation, so you should review it in advance of praying it.
Liturgy for Maundy Thursday for Children
Pray the “Holy Hour” at Homea way to keep a “holy vigil” after the Maundy Thursday meal, much as we traditionally do throughout the night from Thursday to Friday at the church, only this version can occur in your home.
Photos of Maundy Thursday in Past Years at Transfiguration (Coming Soon)

GOOD FRIDAY

April 10

Liturgy for Good Friday
Watch the Sung Passion of St. John
Listen to Good Friday Music from Joel Martinson and the Transfiguration Choir. (Coming Soon)
Pray the Stations of the Cross.  –  Stations of the Cross Images
Stations of the Cross for Families

HOLY SATURDAY

April 11

THE GREAT VIGIL OF EASTER

April 11

Watch the Lighting of the New Fire with the Exultet (Coming Soon)
Read the Traditional Lessons for the Great Vigil

EASTER DAY

April 12

Worship will be posted on Easter Day morning at 7:00 am.
Listen to music by Joel Martinson and the Transfiguration Choir (Coming Soon)
An Easter message will be posted on Easter Day at Noon, which will also be shareable on Facebook.
An Easter reflection from Bishop Wayne Smith