Our regular worship schedule includes four services on Sundays -- 8:30 a.m. Eucharist; 11 a.m. Choral Eucharist; 3 p.m. Choral Evensong; and 6 p.m. evening Eucharist on the labyrinth -- as well as Choral Evensong sung by our Choir of Men and Boys on Thursdays at 5:15 p.m.
Highlights of Holy Week
All services are free and open to all.
Sunday, March 29
We hold a single, combined Eucharist with Palm Procession. Sung by the Choir of Men and Boys.
An ancient walking meditation drawn from the practice of Christians in the Holy City of Jerusalem. With meditative chant.
Wednesday, April 1 at 6 p.m.
A solemn choral service based on the monastic prayer service of Vigils. Sung by the Choir of Men and Boys.
Thursday, April 2 at 6 p.m.
Foot washing ritual and the Holy Eucharist. Sung by the Cathedral Camerata.
Friday, April 3
Reflections on Christ’s seven last words from the Cross, with meditative chant.
Meditation on the Cross and the death of Jesus, with prayers for the world. Sung by the Choir of Men and Boys.
Celebrate the Joy of Easter!
Saturday, April 4 at 9 p.m.
We kindle new fire, hear of God’s redeeming acts in history, and baptize new Christians into the faith. Sung by the Cathedral Camerata.
Sunday, April 5 at 8:30 a.m.
A joyful service of Holy Eucharist with hymns, organ music and a sermon. Sung by the Men of the Choir.
Sunday, April 5 at 11 a.m.
A joyful service of Holy Eucharist with hymns, organ music and a sermon. Sung by the Choir of Men and Boys, accompanied by brass and timpani.
Sunday, April 5 at 6 p.m.
A simple, reflective service including prayer, scripture, readings, singing, a sermon and Holy Communion.
A Retrospective: Holy Week and Easter 2014
Grace Cathedral was bursting at the seams during Holy Week and Easter. From Palm Sunday to Easter Day, we welcomed nearly 7,000 people for services. We welcomed guest preacher Dr. Esther Mombo of St. Paul's United Theological College, Kenya, at our Good Friday service. Glorious music was sung by the Grace Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys and Camerata, our volunteer choir. From the powerful sounds of Francis Poulenc's 4 Lenten Motets at Wednesday evening’s Tenebrae service to the exuberance of Let All the World in Every Corner Sing by Ralph Vaughan Williams on Easter morning, music accompanied our walk to the Cross and our celebration of the Empty Tomb.
In the nave, our current exhibition Graced with Light
shimmered in the dark of the evening and shone in the brightness of the day, representing our prayers going up and the grace that enters our life daily.
Click here to listen to sermons from Holy Week and Easter.