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Prayer RequestsLet us know if you have a prayer request for yourself or someone else, and we’ll include it in our Sunday bulletin. For indefinite requests, please submit a new request each week. If you have a pastoral care emergency, please call our office or email us.
 
 

Liturgical Season

Easter commemorates the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, which occurred on the third day after his burial following his crucifixion at Calvary. It is the culmination of the Passion of Jesus, preceded by Lent, a 40-day period of fasting, prayer, and penance. Faith in Jesus’ resurrection on the third day following his crucifixion is at the heart of Christian belief.

Easter Day is the annual feast of the resurrection, the pascha or Christian Passover, and the eighth day of cosmic creation. Easter sets the experience of springtime next to the ancient stories of deliverance and the proclamation of the risen Christ. In the west, Easter Day occurs on the first Sunday after the full moon on or after the vernal equinox. Easter is linked to the Jewish Passover by much of its symbolism, as well as by its position in the calendar; following Jewish custom, the feast begins at sunset on Easter Eve with the Great Vigil of Easter.

Easter season lasts fifty days, from Easter Eve (April 11 this year) through the Day of Pentecost (May 31). During this season there is no fasting. The word “alleluia” (praise the Lord) is said or sung repeatedly, which contrasts sharply with the season of Lent when the alleluia is omitted. The color of liturgical vestments and hangings is white or gold. The BCP notes that it is customary for the Paschal candle to burn at all services of the Easter season. The “Alleluia, alleluia” may be added to the dismissals and their responses during the Great Fifty Days.

Happening Now

The St. John’s Podcast

We're happy to announce the updating of our podcast, "Weekly Sermons from St. John's Episcopal Church"! Now once again you can listen to Mtr. Megan's sermons any time you like! Subscribe now on...

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Music of Easter Season

You are invited to listen to anthems from Easter Season services @ St. John's (embedded below). Visit our Youtube channel for more music, read some recent reflections from our members, or join...

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