Holy Monday
Holy Tuesday
Holy Wednesday

St. Paul's Church - New Albany

"From early times Christians have observed the week before Easter as a time of special devotion. As the pilgrim Egeria recorded in the late fourth century, Jerusalem contained many sacred places that were sites for devotion and liturgy. Numerous pilgrims to the holy city followed the path of Jesus in his last days. They formed processions, worshipped where Christ suffered and died, and venerated relics. From this beginning evolved the rites we observe today. The BCP provides special liturgies for each of these days. The eucharistic lectionary also provides proper readings for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in Holy Week" which we will celebrate on these days.
- theepiscopalchurch.org

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Maundy Thursday
March 28th - 6pm

The Thursday in Holy Week is part of the Triduum, or three holy days before Easter. It comes from the Latin mandatum novum, “new commandment,” from Jn 13:34.

The ceremony of washing feet was also referred to as “the Maundy.” Maundy Thursday celebrations also commemorate the institution of the eucharist by Jesus “on the night he was betrayed.” 

This year, we are joining our sister parish, St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Jeffersonville with Bishop Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows celebrating at the Holy Eucharist, followed by the stripping of the altar. St. Paul's Jeffersonville is located at 321 E. Market Street, Jeffersonville, IN 47130.

We hope that you will join us at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in JEFFERSONVILLE, IN at 6pm

Questions? Email our priest

Good Friday
March 29

This day we commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The liturgy of the day includes John's account of the Passion gospel, a solemn form of intercession known as the solemn collects (dating from ancient Rome), and optional devotions before the cross (commonly known as the veneration of the cross). 

The eucharist is not celebrated in the Episcopal Church on Good Friday,

Questions? Email our priest

Holy Saturday
March 30 - 9:30am

This is a short prayer service without Holy Eucharist. 

After the service, you are invited to stay and help prepare the church for Easter Services. 

Questions? Contact Us

Christ is Risen

Join us as we celebrate the resurrection of our
Lord Jesus Christ!!!

Easter Services

The Great Easter Vigil
Saturday, March 30th at 9pm

Easter Morning
Sunday, March 31st at:

-8am - Contemplative Holy Eucharist using Rite I from the Book of Common Prayer. This is a completely spoken service without music or singing. 

-10am - Festive Holy Eucharist using more contemporary language with music, singing, and the St. Paul's Church choir. 
(There is an Easter Brunch following the 10am service and all are invited.)