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Holy Week 2021

Stations of the Cross
The Plymouth Gallery’s Stations of the Cross exhibit will be on display through Friday, April 30! This exhibit is a collection of 15 images of Christ’s last three days as told in the Gospels. If you would like to see this exhibit in person, we have 30-minute slots available during the week. Visits are limited to six people. Masks are required at all times in the building. During Holy Week, slots will be available: Tuesday-Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. When visiting, you will enter through the Circle Drive entrance off of 42nd St. Click here to sign up!

Walk the Labyrinth
One of the many blessings during the season of Lent is to walk the Labyrinth, spending time in prayerful thought and inner dialogue. Come walk the Labyrinth alone or with your small group in the comfort of Waveland Hall, Thursday, April 1 through Saturday, April 3 from 12-6 p.m. each day. There is time for you to walk while meditating or praying, to sit quietly listening to soft music or to draw and write your thoughts and prayers. Sign up here!

Maundy Thursday
On Thursday, April 1, there will be a pre-recorded Maundy Thursday service available on our Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Good Friday
On Friday, April 2, there will be a pre-recorded Good Friday service available on our Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Easter Vigil
On Holy Saturday, April 3, there will be a celebration of Easter Vigil. From 7-9 p.m. on Saturday, April 3, Plymouth members and friends are invited to gather at church (upper level parking lot) to hear the stories of our faith as we await the coming of Easter. Baptisms will be celebrated and communion will be shared. Registration is required to attend. Sign up here! For those attending, please dress for the weather and bring a camping chair if you’d like a place to sit during the service.

Easter Sunday
On Easter Sunday, April 4, we will have several opportunities to worship and celebrate Easter with our church. Our pre-recorded service will be available on our YouTube channel and Facebook page at 9 a.m. for you to watch at whatever time is most convenient for you!

We are also offering three in-person services. These services will be 30 minutes long and at 9, 9:45, and 10:30 a.m. Easter morning. All will be outdoors, distanced, and masks will be required. Please note that space is limited, and registration will be required. All three services are now full. For those attending, please dress for the weather and bring a camping chair if you’d like a place to sit during the service.