Tenebrae – A Service of Darkness
Wednesday, April 5, 6:00pm - 7:00pm
This service of Tenebrae – A Service of Darkness – invites us to focus on the shadows that occupy much of the space in Holy Week. With a glance towards the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus, we pause to dwell in the natural, and life-giving darkness that so often surrounds our lives. The extinguishing of the candles represents our journey towards Good Friday. The candles will be extinguished one by one, excepting the final candle, which will be obscured from sight, though never snuffed out.
We gather in the church and online through Zoom.
Wearing a mask while in the church building is welcomed and encouraged.
The Zoom link: stay tuned
Things you will need for the service:
If you are joining in from home through Zoom, we invite you to light six candles and extinguish one at each moment in the liturgy where this happens.
The bulletin for the service: will be posted on Friday, March 31
Our ability to continue to offer outreach support through the Common Table and prayerful presence to the whole community is possible thanks to the generous donations of parishioners and friends of the community. If you would like to share in this on-going work, your gifts are gratefully received. Thank you for your generosity.