April 9 – HOLY THURSDAY – 6:30 pm via Zoom
Please contact the church office to RSVP and receive the link, Meeting ID and Password.
In the evening, we gather as Jesus did on that Thursday. When we have all washed our hands, we’ll experience the Affirmation of Forgiveness and a Sacred Meal. In your home, be sure to include bread and festive drink for your table. Jesus gave this command as a gift, A FORETASTE OF THE FEAST TO COME. The evening ends with a liturgy of Stripping of the Altar, and we will end the Zoom call in silence.
April 10 – GOOD FRIDAY
10-11 am – Austin Family on The Triduum Project (a 54 Hour Livestream)
3 Days, 54 Hours, 1 Stream. Join the Austins for Good Friday Stories and musicals.
In your own time – MidDay Meditation – Spotify Playlist
A 2-hour, eclectic collection of music for this day, curated for ILC by Pastor Priscilla
Seven Last Words Service 6:30 pm via Synod YouTube
A solemn Liturgy of Word, prayer, and song. You will be invited to dim your lights as we move with Jesus from the garden to the cross to the tomb.
April 11 – EASTER VIGIL 6:30 pm via ILC YouTube
On Easter Eve we proclaim the victory of Christ even in the midst of the shadows of the night. The liturgy of Holy Chaos & Hilarity begins as we strike the first fire of Easter. We move through the shadows, led by the light of the Easter Candle. We gather around the Candle to tell the stories of salvation, to remember our Baptism, and celebrate the first Alleluia of Easter. Please — Include the children!!
April 12 – EASTER SUNDAY 10:30 am Worship via ILC YouTube
A joyful celebration! Bring a bell to ring every time we sing or say “Alleluia”. Easter Day Worship begins at 10:30 am
9:00 am Sunday Morning Live! (an hour of Faith Formation and Education for all)
10:30 am Worship with Communion
11:45 am Coffee Hour
12:00 am Community Lunch every last Sunday of the month
Each third Sunday morning of month we are invited to receive God’s clear promise of healing, forgiveness and peace in our lives. We pray for healing for ourselves, our families, our congregation, our communities and our world. We receive the sign of the cross in oil on our foreheads, assurance of God’s healing presence and love.