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Holy Week 2021

Easter Eve (3 April)

Today is often known as “Holy Saturday” as we wait in expectation for the celebration of the Resurrection at Easter.

Easter itself begins this evening with the Easter Liturgy, the climax of Holy Week – a pre-recorded service from St Margaret’s, but this year including spoken and musical contributions from St Giles’ as well.

Online

9:00am Morning Prayer

From Common Worship: Daily Prayer. No order of service required – the text will be displayed onscreen.


Stations of the Cross

This set of meditations was recorded yesterday, but if you have not seen them yet, you may find them helpful on Holy Saturday.


SAMS Easter Craft

Join Eva for an Easter craft activity:


5:30pm Evening Prayer

From Common Worship: Daily Prayer. No order of service required – the text will be displayed onscreen.


8:00pm The Easter Liturgy

The principal celebration of Easter and the climax of the Church’s year. This year it is a joint celebration of St Margaret’s and St Giles’.


To see what is coming up for the rest of Holy Week, take a look at our overview:

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Holy Week 2021

Good Friday (2 April)

Today we remember Christ’s ultimate sacrifice for us on the cross.

Online

7:30am Morning Prayer

From Common Worship: Daily Prayer. No order of service required – the text will be displayed onscreen.


10:30am Mattins with the Litany

The traditional St Giles’ Good Friday service, broadcast live from the church, drawn from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer

If you missed it, you can watch it here:


1:30pm Solemn Liturgy of Good Friday

The Liturgy of Good Friday is broadcast live from St Margaret’s Church, and includes an address from our Holy Week preacher, Fr Charlie Annis nCR.

If you missed the live broadcast, you can watch it below:


5:30pm Evening Prayer

From Common Worship: Daily Prayer. No order of service required – the text will be displayed onscreen.


6:00pm Stations of the Cross

A quiet contemplative reflection using the traditional stations of the cross.

The stations will be available from this time, and all through Holy Saturday tomorrow, for you to use at a time that is convenient.

Watch the stations at St Giles’ YouTube channel from 6pm:


To see what is coming up for the rest of Holy Week, take a look at our overview: