Easter Morning: Sunday, April 1
Community Breakfast & Easter Egg Hunt
9:00 a.m. – The community is invited to join in the Easter celebration over a potluck breakfast. An Easter ham will be provided; and participants are invited to bring a breakfast dish to share. Even if you don’t bring a dish, bring yourself!
The Easter Egg Hunt will take place indoors, and will invite preschoolers – 5th graders to join in the Easter festivities and search the Sanctuary for signs of new life (aka, eggs!). So grab the kids, find a basket and head to Washington Street UMC for an awesome family event!
10:00 a.m. – Join in the celebration of Easter in worship as we lift our voices and sing praises of the Risen Lord and hear the Easter message proclaimed. Children are invited to participate in worship too, and there will be a children’s message to help usher in the celebration.
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Holy Week Services
Maundy Thursday: Thursday, March 29*
6:30 p.m. – Roberts Memorial UMC and Downtown Baptist will join in a community worship service at Washington Street UMC for Maundy Thursday, which will focus on the Last Supper and includes Holy Communion. Rev. Phil Faig, of Downtown Baptist, will preach.
Good Friday: Friday, March 30*
6:30 p.m. – Good Friday focuses on the arrest, trial and crucifixion of Jesus. The Good Friday service will be a “Tenebrae” Service. Tenebrae is a Latin word meaning “shadows” and this worship service is a candlelight service where candles are gradually extinguished while the scriptures are read and we reflect on the final hours of Jesus’ earthly life.
*Childcare is provided for infants – 5 years old at each of the Holy Week and Easter services at WSUMC.