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Dear [First Name]

Just a quick note to let you know about the Holy Week and Easter services taking place next week.

They are as follows:

Saturday 19 March 2016

0930 – Eucharist for St Joseph

1600 – Chrism Mass sung by RSCM Scottish Voices

[This is the service at which the bishop blesses the oils used during the rest of the year and the clergy of the diocese gather to renew their vows. There will be the opportunity for everyone who wishes to be annointed with oil during this service. The music will be provided by the Royal School of Church Music's Scottish Voices, conducted by Frikki Walker]

Sunday 20 March 2016 – Palm Sunday

0830 Said Eucharist (1970)

1030 Sung Eucharist with Procession of Palms

1830 Choral Evensong

Monday 21 March 2016

0930 Morning Prayer

Tuesday 22 March 2016

0930 Morning Prayer

1915 Community Sung Compline

Wednesday 23 March 2016

0930 Morning Prayer

Manudy Thursday – 24 March 2016

0930 Morning Prayer

1100 Said Eucharist (1970)

1930 Choral Eucharist with Washing of Feet and Vigil - Palestrina Mass for 6 Voices

Good Friday – 25 March 2016

0930 Veneration of the Cross

1200 – 1500 Three Hour Devotions
preached by the Provost and Vice Provost
with music from the cathedral choir and musicians

1930 Stations of the Cross

Holy Saturday 26 March 2016

0930 Morning Prayer

1000 Church Spring Cleaning – jobs for everyone

Easter Day – 27 March 2016

0700 Easter Fire Vigil with Bishop Gregor
Confirmations and Reception into the Scottish Episcopal Church

1030 High Mass of Easter Day - Preacher: the Provost. Music: Mozart's Coronation Mass

1830 Choral Evensong

 

Please note that Easter Day this year is the day that clocks go forward.

There are a lot of simple cleaning jobs needing to be done on Holy Saturday. If you can help, please come to morning prayer and stay on to help get the place looking lovely for Easter Day.

For anyone receiving this who has never spent Holy Week in St Mary's, there's a discription of the services from Maundy Thursday through to Easter Day from a couple of years ago on my blog here: http://thurible.net/2015/04/02/the-triduum/

I look forward to seeing people next week in St Mary's as we keep the great festival together. For those travelling who are away from Glasgow, I'm happy to try to help find or recommend other places in the world where holy week might be kept. For those at a distance, I'll try to keep posting the sermons online.

Best regards

KELVIN

PS - there will be palm crosses available at all the services this coming Sunday.

 

 


The Cathedral Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, Glasgow (St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral)
is a charity registered with OSCR, number SC006225.


 




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