Holy week at St Peter’s

Easter is the heart of the Christian faith. During Holy Week we enter Jesus’s last days on earth with Palm Sunday (commemorating Christ’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem on a donkey), Maundy Thursday (Christ’s last supper with his disciples and when he washed his disciples’ feet), Good Friday (when Christ was crucified) and Easter (when Christ rose from the dead).

During Holy Week there are lots of opportunities for prayer, reflection, and finally celebration. Please feel free to any or all of the events at St Peter’s during Holy Week.

8pm – 8.30pm Gethsemane meditations in the garden at the foot of the Mount of Olives (aka Centenary Rooms).

7pm Space for you and God. In church: silent prayer, Bible reading, lighting candles, looking at Kip’s boxes as reflections of Scripture.
8pm – 8.30pm Gethsemane meditations (Centenary rooms)

7pm Space for you and God (Church)
8pm – 8.30pm Gethsemane meditations (Centenary rooms)

supperMaundy Thursday
9.30am Church open for prayer and reflection
10.30 Remembering the Last Supper (Church)
7pm Space for you and God (Church)
8pm Remembering the Last Supper (Church)

hcbGood Friday
9.00am Hot Cross Bun Service. All age service in the church hall.
10.30am Good Friday Service
12 noon Joint churches service around the cross in Woolton Village

risenEaster Day
6.00am Sunrise service meet by the lychgate
8.00am Holy Communion
10.30am Family Communion



Also from 5th April until 21 April you are able to see Kip’s exhibition “Journey to the cross” at the Cathedral”. See the Cathedral website for more details.