EASTER TRIDUUM


Maundy Thursday  18th April 2019

last supper

 

Bishop Eton

St Mary's

Morning Prayer

9.00am

9.30am

Mass of the Lord’s Supper

8.00pm

7.00pm

Night Prayer

10.50pm

9.15pm


Good Friday  30th March 2018


Good Friday

 

Bishop Eton

St Mary's

 Morning Prayer

 9.00am

  9.30am

 Children’s Way of the Cross

 11.00am

 

 Pastoral Area Pilgrimage Walk

 A pilgrimage walk between the 5 churches in the area.

10:45 am Refreshments at Our Lady of the Assumption

and Good Friday Meditation then onwards to St Mark’s.

More information to follow.

 Stations of the Cross 

 

 11.00am (church)

 Children’s Stations.

 

 11.00am - parish centre

 Christian Witness in Woolton Village

 12 noon Woolton village

 Celebration of the Passion of the Lord

 3.00pm

 3.00pm

 Stations of the Cross

 7.30pm

 Not Applicable

 Prayers at the foot of the Cross

 Not Applicable

 7.00pm


Holy Saturday 20th April 2019


Bishop Eton        

St Mary's       

Morning Prayer      

9.00am

 9:30am

No scheduled Confession no 5:30pm Mass at St Mary's

Easter Vigil

8.30pm

8.30pm

 

Liverpool City Centre Walk of Witness 2pm – 3pm

Holy Saturday is an important time of reflection and a great day to bear witness to our faith ahead of the resurrection.  Everyone is invited to join the Walk of Witness which starts at the Metropolitan Cathedral’s Plaza at 2 pm.


Organised by the City Centre Mission and Ministry Group our aim is to encourage as many Christians to join in and help spread the word that Jesus died and rose again to bring new life to everyone. The walk will wind its way through the city and pause at various points on the way (including Bold St, Church St and Lord St) for readings and prayers.

The procession is led by the Red Cross and sea cadets with drums. Finishing with prayers and refreshments at Liverpool Parish Church at 3pm

 Easter Vigil

Easter Sunday 21st April 2019

Bishop Eton

St Mary's

Masses       

8.30am, 10.00am, 11.30am

NO 6PM Mass

9.00am, 11.00am

Choral Evening Prayer from 3.00pm-4.00pm at the Metropolitan Cathedral

Evening Prayer will begin in the Baptistry, symbolising the importance of water in the celebration of the resurrection and life of the Church.