Free! Donations accepted and will go toward our homeless ministry
Ashes to Go—Wednesday, February 14, on campus
Drew will be on the ISU campus with pop-up Ashes to Go throughout the morning to impose ashes on anyone who chooses to stop by.
Ash Wednesday Services—Wednesday, February 14, noon and 6 pm in the chapel
This traditional service calls us to a season of reflection and repentance and, through marking our foreheads with ashes, reminds us of our mortal nature and our need for God.
Dinner Church—Sunday evenings February 18 – March 25
6 pm in the chapel
We’ll share a light meal and talk about what it means to be a Christ follower in Lent and all the time.
Palm Sunday Services—Sunday, March 25, 8 and 10 am
“All glory, laud, and honor . . .” Meet in the Great Hall a few minutes before the 8am and 10am services to pick up palm branches and share in a brief liturgy, followed by a festive procession into the church.
Morning Prayer–Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, March 26-29, 8am in the chapel
A brief morning worship with short reflection.
Maundy Thursday observance—Thursday, March 29, 7 pm in the church
This communion service, which celebrates servanthood and sacrifice, will include (optional) footwashing and conclude with stripping the altar.
Good Friday service—Friday, March 30, noon in the church
This brief, somber service will include a dramatic reading of the passion narrative.
Stations of the Cross–Friday, March 30, 2:30 pm in the chapel
We walk the path of Christ’s Passion, marking the hour Jesus died on the cross.
Absence – a liturgy after the Passion–Friday, March 30, 7 pm in the chapel
This unique gathering will involve silence, poetry, and response as we wrestle with the time between: when what we have is the opportunity to feel the absence of Jesus.
Great Vigil of Easter—Saturday, March 31, 8 pm in the Mabley Garden
For many of us, this nighttime service is the best of the year. Gather in the garden for the lighting of the Paschal (Easter) candle and procession into the darkened church, an ancient hymn called the Exultet, readings that trace God’s redemption purpose during history, then a joyous, bell-ringing celebration of the resurrection. Bring a bell if you have one!
Feast of the Resurrection—Sunday, April 1, 8 am and 10 am.
Episcopalians like to think that we’re “Easter people,” and our Easter celebrations show it. Bring your bell again if you want for the 10 am service—we’ll be ringing them again.
Champagne breakfast— Sunday, April 1, between services
Enjoy our traditional egg casserole, pastries, fruit, coffee and juice and a little celebratory champagne. Everyone is welcome. Donations are appreciated but not required.
Grand Easter Egg Hunt for Kids—Sunday, April 1, after the 10 am service
Bring your own basket and meet in the cloister room!