Easter at St. Luke's

Easter at St. Luke's

Sunrise (Chapel) | 7AM 
Traditional (Sanctuary & Online) | 9:30AM, 11AM  
Contemporary (Chapel & Online) | 9:30AM, 11AM 

Walk-ins welcome, but we ask that you register to ensure we aren't over capacity.



ASH WEDNESDAY

Ash Wednesday emphasizes two themes: our sinfulness before God and our human mortality. The service focuses on both themes, helping us realize that both have triumphed through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  

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PALM SUNDAY
SUNDAY, APRIL 10

In-Person | Traditional 9:30AM | Contemporary 9:30AM, 11AM
Online | Traditional and Contemporary | 9:30, 11AM
Kids programming at both services for ages infant-4th grade

Palm Sunday is the first day of Holy Week (the Sunday before Easter) and is celebrated as Jesus’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem. As He entered the city, people cut palm branches, waved them in the air, and laid them on the ground before Jesus as He rode into the city on a donkey. The palm branches represented goodness and were symbolic of the final victory He would soon fulfill over death. 

HOLY (MAUNDY) THURSDAY
THURSDAY, APRIL 14

In-Person & Online | 7PM
Childcare is available for ages infant-4 years

Holy Thursday is also referred to as Maundy Thursday. Maundy Thursday is the Thursday before Easter and is celebrated in commemoration of the Last Supper. The word “maundy” is derived from the Latin word for command, and is a reference to Jesus’ commandment to the disciples to “love one another as I have loved you.” We will celebrate Holy Communion in this service, as we honor Jesus’ life and sacrifice. We invite you to join us in taking Communion at home during the service.

GOOD FRIDAY
FRIDAY, APRIL 15

In-Person & Online | 12PM, 7PM
Childcare is available at 7PM for ages infant-4 years

Good Friday commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus and His death on the cross. The word “good” can be interpreted as “holy.” The death of Jesus led to His Resurrection and victory over sin, and leads us to the celebration of Easter. This service is traditionally a service of darkness, we invite you to darken the room in which you are watching.

EASTER SUNDAY
SUNDAY, APRIL 17

Sunrise (Chapel) | 7AM | Rev. Dr. Kent Millard 
Traditional (Sanctuary & Online) | 9:30AM, 11AM | Rev. Rob Fuquay
Contemporary (Chapel & Online) | 9:30AM, 11AM | Rev. Dr. Jevon Caldwell-Gross
Brunch will be available in Great Hall after every service.
Kids programming is available at 9:30 & 11AM for ages infant-4th grade
 

Easter celebrates Jesus’ triumph over death. His Resurrection is the good news of Christian tradition. Join us as we celebrate the good news of our victory through Jesus. While registration is not required, it is strongly encouraged.

Stations of the Cross

We invite you to do as pilgrims for centuries have done when unable to visit Jerusalem to walk the final footsteps of Jesus on the Via Delorosa. They made this journey using the Stations of the Cross. This year Stations of the Cross is offered both in-person and virtually.

You can participate in the in-person Stations inside St. Luke's during regular church business hours, April 4-18.

2022 Stations of the Cross Downloadable Booklet

Easter Events

Invite a Friend

This Easter, we are focusing special attention on providing people a safe place to experience God online and in-person. We want people to be able to find their home here and ultimately, to find their home in Jesus. To that end, we want to encourage you with 3 simple ways to invite someone to join you this Easter. Simply copy the text or save one of the images below > click the share button where you want to share > paste your message to invite someone to Easter!

By Text or Email


I hope you’re having a great day! I just wanted to let you know I was thinking about you and wondered if you’d be interested in joining me for church on Easter? I would love to go together! Hope you have a great week!

On Social Media


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