Holy Week at Zion
If you have never experienced the Triduum - the three holiest days of the church year - at a church that marks them well, you are in for a treat at Zion.
On Maundy Thursday at 7 pm, we will gather to hear of the Lord's Last Supper, to wash one another's feet [optional, of course], and to observe the ancient tradition of the stripping of the altar and the procession of the sacrament to the Altar of Repose, where the Watch will be kept all night, until the Good Friday service, which begins at noon. By participating in the watch, we ensure that even if Peter, John, and James couldn't stay awake with the Lord in his agony the night before His death, we would.
On Sunday morning, at 9:30, we mark the empty tomb that changed the world. Loud kids, bright colors, brass and an Easter Egg hunt on a too-chilly morning - what could be better?
We can't wait to worship with you. Please bring your friends and your families to share in these holy celebrations with us. You will be blessed and our worship will be enriched by sharing it with you!