Holy Week Family Dinner + Walk
Wednesday, March 28
Begins at 5:45PM in the Fellowship Hall
All are welcome to join us during Holy Week for a simple, buffet-style dinner in Fellowship Hall anytime between 5:45–7:00PM. After eating, families and individuals are welcome to walk and pray through the Stations of the Cross at their own pace. A prayer guide and map will be provided. A suggested donation ($15/family, $5/individual) can be made at the door. Please email J’Nevelyn Lloyd at email@example.com to RSVP for this event.
Traditionally, the Stations of the Cross have served as a small pilgrimage for followers of Christ to experience his final days on earth. This spiritual practice is particularly meaningful during Holy Week when we commemorate these events in Jesus’ life.
Thursday, March 29
12:10PM in Chapel
7:30PM in Sanctuary
Maundy Thursday signifies the last evening Jesus spent with his friends in the Upper Room. This service includes a sermon, Holy Communion, and special music.
Friday, March 30
12:10 PM in the Sanctuary
Youth readers at the 12:10PM service will draw the entire congregation into the passion story from John’s Gospel.
Service of Shadows
7:30PM in Sanctuary
This is a traditional Tenebrae service (tenebrae is Latin for “darkness”) and features the Gospel reading, lights extinguished, beautiful music, and opportunities for personal reflection on the Passion of Jesus.
Sunday, April 1
Flowering of the cross all morning on the front lawn. Childcare will be available for all services except the Fellowship Hall Sunrise Worship Service.
Sunrise Worship Service with Holy Communion
7:00AM in the Fellowship Hall
8:30, 9:30, and 11:00AM in the Sanctuary
Traditional Worship with Holy Communion
9:30 and 11:00AM in the Fellowship Hall
Parking around TUMC is limited, but you are able to park at Casis Elementary and the uncovered parking at the Carillon. The TUMC shuttle bus can pick you up and return you to your car with little to no delay. The shuttle will run continuously back and forth between 8:15AM-12:30PM on Easter morning.