Service starts at 10:30 a.m.
with Holy Eucharist, Rite I


Nursery for ages 0-5 opens at 9:15 a.m.

Choir rehearsal starts at 9:30 a.m.

Bible Study starts at 12:00 p.m.

Sixth Sunday of Easter - Year Two - BCP 963

Easter Sunday is only the beginning! A great fifty-day feast (known as “Eastertide,” “Easter Season,” or “Easter Time,” as well as “Paschaltide,” “Paschal Season,” or “Paschal Time”) kicks off on Easter Day. In the Church Year, this is quite literally fifty days of feasting. Easter is the high point of the Church Year. So it makes sense that we would party for so long. After all, the main point of the whole gospel is to prepare us for an eternal celebration and feast. This is reflected in the fact that our Lenten fast only lasts forty days (not including Sundays), while Easter is fifty days. Fasting will pass away, as Jesus said, but the Great Feast of the Lamb will last for ages of ages (a Hebrew into Greek idiom for eternity). So let the feasting begin!

Why fifty days of Easter Time?

Its actually quite simple. After the resurrection, Jesus spent forty days on earth before he ascended, and then there were ten more days after that before the Day of Pentecost.