Holy Week Schedule & Live-streamed Worship


In addition to in-person worship, we will be live-streaming all the major liturgies of Holy Week. Join us as often as you can at SSJE.org/chapel or on the Friends of SSJE Facebook page

Palm Sunday/The Sunday of the Passion

9:00 am        Holy Eucharist
4:00 pm         Evensong

Tuesday in Holy Week

5:30 pm       Holy Eucharist

Wednesday in Holy Week

12:30 pm      Holy Eucharist
7:30 pm        Tenebrae

Maundy Thursday
7:30 pm     Holy Eucharist with Footwashing and Procession and Watch at the Altar of Repose

Good Friday

3:00-4:30 pm Sacrament of Reconciliation (Chapel)
7:30 pm     Liturgy of the Passion, Veneration of the Cross, and Holy Communion

Holy Saturday

12:30 pm     Proper Liturgy of the Word
6:00 pm       Evensong

Easter Day

4:30 am        Great Vigil of Easter
10:00 am      Holy Eucharist
4:00 pm        Evensong

Praying Holy Week: Resource Pages

Each day of Holy Week offers a fresh invitation to engage with this most sacred season. 

Below you'll find a resource page for each day of Holy Week. We hope these selections of music, sermons, videos, and photographs will help you pray along the road to Calvary and the Empty Tomb.

 

  • Palm Sunday
    We hear anew the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
  • Monday in Holy Week
    An invitation to experience spiritual mystery on its deepest and most cosmic scale.
  • Tuesday in Holy Week
    Transformed into the Body of Christ, we are given for the world.
  • Wednesday in Holy Week
    Sustained reflection on the Lord’s suffering and death.
  • Maundy Thursday
    The beginning of the holiest three days in an already holy week.
  • Good Friday
    We commemorate the Lord’s crucifixion and death.
  • Holy Saturday
    A day of waiting, anticipation, and preparation. 
  • Easter Sunday
    Alleluia! Christ is risen! The Lord is risen indeed! Alleluia!

13 Comments

  1. Calvin Wulf on March 24, 2023 at 16:23

    Thank you. These are wonderful opportunities to worship our Lord during Holy Week.

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  4. Fr Roger Marsh on April 15, 2017 at 12:22

    I have found the Lent course of Marks of Mission invaluable as a starter for sermons and other reflexion during the run up to Easter. I have appreciated how rewarding it is to be drawn to contemplate more deeply the five wounds of Christ at this time.
    I was pleased to see that your videos are once again being shown daily in the cathedral in Canterbury.
    Thank you for your inspiration from across the Pond!
    Have a joyous Easter

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  6. Pam Stone on April 14, 2017 at 06:39

    Powerful, inspirational and comforting. Thank you, and may God bless you.

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  9. Constance Holmes on April 10, 2017 at 10:05

    Once again we have been blessed by the fruits of your continual prayer.
    Thank you.

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  11. Marjorie Fawcett on April 6, 2017 at 11:17

    The Lenten Study, “Marks of Mission” has been a source of growth and a deeper consciousness and inspiration of the love of Christ in our lives and how we (I) can reach out in faith to serve others in a loving, caring way to the glory of God.

  12. Caroline homer on March 23, 2016 at 04:41

    Thank you for Lenten journey. It is so good to feel part of this virtual community. I continue with you in prayer.
    Caroline

  13. stanley haskell on April 3, 2015 at 10:42

    As someone who remembers Father Banner at the old wooden
    church on Bowdin Street in Boston, it’s reassuring to see that
    SSJE is still providing its healing services.

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