Holy Week 2020
As we face an unprecedented global pandemic, we also face the reality that things are different. We cannot celebrate together within the doors of the church, but, the church is ALIVE in you, in your homes. We hope you find the resources on this page helpful to you. Please use them to enter into this sacred time together.
We invite you to use the buttons on this page to download our “2020 Holy Week @ Home” resource guide. It includes activities, prayers and more for adults, children, and families. You can use the guide as an individual or as a large family.
Also on this page you will see buttons to “follow us on Facebook” and “Subscribe to our YouTube Channel.” This buttons will take you directly to our pages. These channels are where we will be broadcasting our Holy Week liturgies. Once you are on the Facebook page, please “Like” and “Follow” to ensure that you will see our posts. On YouTube, please “Subscribe” to the channel (this is an optional step, but it guarantees that you will see the broadcast).
We look forward to celebrating Holy Week with you!
Holy Week Broadcast Schedule
Palm Sunday Mass: online as we have the last few weeks. The best quality available is through our YouTube channel and will air at 10:30 am Sunday and available “on Demand” after that for anyone to watch as they are able. It will broadcast on our Facebook at 5:00 pm Saturday and we will be hosting “Watch Parties” on Facebook at 8:00 am, 10:30 am, and 5:00 pm Sunday. The Mass will be available on our website after Saturday night and emailed to everyone Sunday afternoon and again in Monday afternoon’s Community Connection.
Holy Thursday Mass: On Facebook and YouTube at 7:00 pm Thursday, April 9 and available “on demand” through those channels after that.
Good Friday Service: On Facebook and YouTube at 3:00 pm Friday, April 10 and available “on demand” through those channels after that. There will be a Facebook “watch party” at 7:00 pm as well.
Easter Sunday Mass: On Facebook and YouTube at 6:30 am Sunday, April 12 and available “on demand” through those channels after that. There will be a Facebook “watch party” at 10:30 am and this Mass will be available on our website Sunday morning.