Holy Week Services
This next week I encourage you to join many Christians around the world in remembering the pivotal events in the revolution of redemption.
Palm Sunday (March 25): I encourage you to attend a more liturgical service, such as those held by Catholic, Episcopalian or Lutheran churches, as they will read the whole Passion narrative during the service, and they tend also to make even the adults wave palm branches and march around.
Wednesday: Tenebrae service at All Saints Episcopal Church at 8:00 pm; Feel free to walk their Labyrinth at a different time.
Maundy Thursday: River Terrace at 7:00 pm (Brenda will be doing the meditation); St John’s Student Centre at 7:00 pm; University Reformed Church at 7:00 pm.
Good Friday Services: University Reformed Church at 12:15; Red Cedar Church at 7:00 pm, Tenebrae Prayer at St. Mary’s Cathedral at 8:00 pm.
Holy Saturday (Easter Vigil): In Catholic and Episcopalian circles, this is the biggest church service of the year. It starts with multiple readings, is the moment when multiple people (hopefully) are baptized into the church, and lasts at least 1.5 hours, if not longer. St Thomas Aquinas has a meal, starting around 11:30, following the service.
Easter (April 1) Services: River Terrace at 9 am or 11:15 am; Sycamore Creek Church at 9:30 am or 11:00 am, 2|42 at 9 am, 10:30 am and 12 pm, Red Cedar Church at 10:45 (they have an Easter Breakfast at 9:30 am), or Riverview at different times, depending on the location.
Campus Edge Traditions
CEF Halloween Party
End of May/ early June: Tourist in Lansing event