Gather for Worship
Holy Week and Easter
Sunday, March 24 — Saturday, March 30
The services we celebrate now during Holy Week are ancient in nature and quite different than liturgical celebrations we celebrate throughout the year. Holy Week, or the time from Palm Sunday and Easter seems endless – and it’s intended to. Time is suspended as we celebrate the great mysteries of our redemption. This slower pace allows us to more intently contemplate the death and resurrection of Christ.
Sunday, March 31
The Christian story persists because although Jesus was crucified, dead and buried, his friends walked and spoke and ate with him in the days that followed, and their powerful accounts inspired Christian witness to this very day. We join millennia of hopeful seekers, as our joyful alleluias ring out at the empty tomb and the sacred promises of life.
Cathedral liturgy is celebrated with choral and instrumental music and hymns; the proclamation of our sacred stories, a sermon, prayers for the world, and the sharing of Holy Communion. All are welcome.
Easter Choral Eucharist
The Men of the Cathedral Choir with Organ. The Rev. Canon Mary Carter Greene presiding, and the Very Rev. Dr. Malcolm Clemens Young, Dean, preaching.
11 am Easter Choral Eucharist with Brass & Timpani
(In-Person and Livestream)
The Choir of Men and Boys. The Very Rev. Dr. Malcolm Clemens Young, Dean, presiding, and the Right. Rev. Dr. Marc Handley Andrus, Bishop, preaching.
Easter Evening Eucharist
(In-Person and Zoom)
Festal evening Eucharist with the Cathedral Singers. The Rev. Canon Anna E. Rossi presiding, and the Rev. Greg Kimura, Ph.D. (Cantab.), Vice Dean, preaching.
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We decorate our cathedral with flowers to celebrate Easter, the holiest of days. Easter flowers are given to the glory of God and with our thanks. Make a tribute gift today.