JOIN US FOR PALM SUNDAY AND HOLY WEEK!
Worship with us as we remember Jesus' triumphal entry to Jerusalem, followed by his journey to the cross.
There is one in-person offering on Palm Sunday evening. All other services will be streamed live to this webpage.
PALM SUNDAY, MARCH 28
THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY IN TO JERUSALEM
9 AM CDT | TRADITIONAL EUCHARIST
11 AM CDT | CONTEMPORARY EUCHARIST
5:30 PM CDT | PALM SUNDAY EUCHARIST
On Palm Sunday we'll offer an in-person worship experience with Holy Communion. We'll celebrate Jesus' triumphant entry into Jerusalem with the Liturgy of the Palms and a procession of our own, including bagpipe and drummers! Music will include offerings by the Treble and Senior Choristers, as well as our staff singers.
HOLY MONDAY, MARCH 29
7 PM CDT | Women of the Passion: A Journey to the Cross
Women of the Passion is a Stations of the Cross told from the perspective of a female Biblical character. Women from Saint Michael take on each of these roles. This virtual worship service takes place against the backdrop of the beautiful Via Crucis stations sculpted by Federico Severino, which are displayed in the Saint Michael narthex.
HOLY TUESDAY, MARCH 30
7 PM CDT | Holy Eucharist with Liturgy of the Nails
Through this service originating from Coventry Cathedral in England, Saint Michael and All Angels binds itself to the worldwide work of reconciliation. Join us on Holy Tuesday, where we recommit ourselves to the freedom that comes from accepting forgiveness and offering it to others.
HOLY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31
7 PM CDT | Tenebrae Choral Service
This choral service to prepare us for the Triduum will be led by the Compline Choir. This special service is characterized by the gradual extinguishing of candles to symbolize the coming of darkness and a number of readings from Scripture and Augustine's Treatise on the Psalms. Music includes Gregorian chant and Renaissance polyphony.
MAUNDY THURSDAY, APRIL 1
7 PM CDT | Traditional Eucharist
Maundy Thursday gets its name from the Latin word mandatum, meaning "commandment." It is Jesus' final commandment to his followers, "Love one another as I have loved you," that we remember today. In John's Gospel, Jesus demonstrates this love of other in the humble act of washing his disciples' feet, where he gives the admonition, "Do this for one another." Jesus points to this act as a sign of our servant ministry to one another and the world.
GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 2
On Good Friday, we remember Christ's sacrifice on the cross. These services are designed to help us remember the passion of our Lord and His death on the cross.
NOON CDT | Good Friday Children & Family-Friendly Service
Join us as a family to remember just how much God loves each and every one of us.
7 PM CDT | Contemporary Good Friday Service
Join us for Good Friday Contemporary liturgy.
HOLY SATURDAY APRIL 3
7 PM CDT | Great Vigil of Easter
The Easter Vigil is one of the most ancient services of the Christian Church and represents the night when those who had strenuously prepared for Holy Baptism were finally washed in the love of Christ and incorporated into the Christian community. The service begins with the lighting of the first fire of Easter and culminates in the first Eucharist of Easter. Along the way, we hear the story of salvation and remember our own baptismal covenant.