October 9, 2015

Schedule for Holy Week and Easter

 

Monday, April 15
6:30pm – Holy Eucharist in the Chapel

Tuesday, April 16
6:30pm – Holy Eucharist in the Chapel

Wednesday, April 17
Noon – Holy Eucharist in the Chapel
5pm – Family Eucharist
5:30pm – Agape Meal in Darlington Hall
6:30pm – Celtic Eucharist in the Church

Maundy Thursday, April 18
6:30pm – Maundy Thursday Holy Eucharist with Foot Washing and Stripping of the Altar followed by All-Night Prayer Vigil

Good Friday, April 19
Noon-3pm – Choral Liturgy for Good Friday with Stations of the Cross
6:30pm – Stations of the Cross

Holy Saturday, April 20
8pm – The Great Vigil of Easter

Easter Sunday, April 21
8am – Holy Eucharist for Easter in the Chapel
9:45am – Easter Egg Hunt for Children in the Chapel
10:30am – Festival Holy Eucharist in the Church


Community Eucharist & Agape Meal
Join us on Wednesday, April 17 at 5pm for an inclusive community Eucharist. We will sing, pray, and engage in interactive reflections on Jesus’ life. Families with young children are especially invited to this intergenerational service! Afterwards, we will share a simple supper.

Easter Basket Design Workshop at Cooper Hewitt & Bluestone Lane Coffee – EASTER SUNDAY, April 21
Join us for an Easter Sunday to remember! Enjoy Bluestone Lane coffee (without the wait!) and a basket design workshop at Cooper Hewitt followed by an Easter Egg hunt. Invite friends to share this special morning with us.
9am Bluestone Lane coffee in Darlington Hall
9:10am Easter Basket Workshop at Cooper Hewitt
9:45am Easter Egg Hunt on East 90th Street
10am Bluestone Lane coffee and fellowship in Darlington
10:30am Festival Holy Eucharist
We have limited capacity for the workshop; please RSVP to Lucy at lbreidenthal@heavenlyrest.org by Sunday, April 7.

Alabama Pilgrimage

On June 19-22, we will make our first pilgrimage to Montgomery, Alabama to visit the Legacy and Justice Museum and National Memorial for Peace and Justice. Pilgrimages visit sacred places in our history and tradition so that we might better understand our own journeys. These sites were established by the Equal Justice Initiative as our nation’s first memorial dedicated to the legacy of enslaved black people, those terrorized by lynching and Jim Crow segregation, and the ongoing threat of police violence and mass incarceration to African American men and women. Our visit to Alabama will help us better understand what’s happening in our own neighborhoods and city and how our faith can help us to take action here. If you are interested in joining the pilgrimage, please contact Anne Marie.


 
Lenten Reflection Book
Download or purchase a hardcopy ($10) of our 2019 Lenten Reflection Book, Pilgrimage: Discovery, Discomfort, Devotion. Heavenly Rest’s Jerusalem pilgrims have shared photos, drawings,reflections, and passages from the devotional materials used on the pilgrimage.

Lenten Night Prayer in the Nave
During the season of Lent, we are moving Night Prayer into the Nave. Invite a friend to join us for the last prayers of the day in our beautiful candlelit sanctuary on Sunday evenings at 7pm, starting on March 10.

Heavenly Rest on Flickr
Interested in seeing photographs of everything happening at Heavenly Rest? Check out our Flickr page here. Everything from the Luminary Dinner and Outreach Services Day to Sunday Explorations and this Thursday’s Evensong Celebration has been photographed by our gifted parishioner, Angela James! You can download the photos for free, so please make use of this resource. Thank you to Angela for creating a photographic archive of our parish life.
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Need a Prayer

PSALM 51
Open my lips, O Lord,
and my mouth shall proclaim your praise.

Create in me a clean heart, O God,
and renew a right spirit within me.

Cast me not away from your presence
and take not your holy Spirit from me.

Give me the joy of your saving help again
and sustain me with your bountiful Spirit.

Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit:
as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever. Amen.