Schedule of online Holy Week Services:

These liturgies will be recorded over the next several days and offered on our website, as well as through our Facebook page and YouTube channel. Here is a link to the Holy Week liturgies in the Book of Common Prayer; here is a link to the readings that will be used during the Holy Week liturgies.

Maundy Thursday, April 9, 7 p.m. with Garden “Watch” to follow. Join with Bishop Cathleen Bascom as she moves us through the events of the night before Christ’s passion. Immediately after, and for the rest of the evening and through the following morning, we will offer a live view of the eucharistic elements on the high altar at the Cathedral.

Good Friday, April 10, 12 p.m. and 7 p.m. We will recall once more the Passion story, then will post some resources for Stations of the Cross to our Facebook page.

Holy Saturday, April 11, 9 a.m. All are welcome to this service bringing clearly to heart and mind the image of Jesus laid to rest.

The Great Vigil of Easter, April 11, 7:30 p.m. This will be a diocesan service with participants from all over the Diocese of Kansas. It will be broadcast over the diocese’s YouTube channel. A special bulletin will be mailed to every household that receives The Harvest; if you don’t get that publication, you can still download the bulletin through the diocesan web site (http://www.episcopal-ks.org).

Easter Sunday, April 12, 10:15 a.m. Celebrate the Feast of the Resurrection live through Washington Cathedral (http://www.cathedral.org), alongside many thousands of others who will be tuning in. Hear the Good News preached with power and grace by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry.

Easter Sunday Afternoon, April 12. A special Easter Afternoon Musical Offering from Grace Cathedral will go out on our various Internet channels and will continue to be available. You won’t want to miss it!

 

  • Hosanna in the Highest!

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Online Library Access: Grace Cathedral and the Bishop Kemper School for Ministry operate a library that is open to parishioners, students and any interested persons. To view titles, authors, and book information in our library conveniently online please click here.

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A loving and joyful fellowship of believers, we celebrate individuality and diversity in community. Our unity is not in how much we agree with each other but in how much we love one another. We invite and welcome you to experience Grace—“A House of Prayer for All People!”