Mattapoisett Congregational Church Observes Holy Week

Among the most special times of the entire church year is Holy Week, which commemorates the last week of Jesus’ earthly life. Holy Week starts on Palm Sunday, April 10 and culminates on Easter Sunday, April 17. With music, word, story, and scripture, we will observe this special time of year. Mattapoisett Congregational Church invites you to join us and bring a friend.

            April 10 ~ Palm Sunday – 10 am in the Sanctuary. Wave your palm fronds high as we recall Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem and join us as we welcome our interim pastor, Reverend Doctor Richard Wolf to the pulpit. Dr. Wolf, or Rich as he likes to be called, has moved to Mattapoisett along with his wife, Margaret from Elmhurst, Illinois. Dr. Wolf was ordained in 1984. He received a BA in Liberal Arts and Sciences from the University of Illinois, a Master of Divinity from McCormick Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry from Chicago Theological Seminary. Dr. Wolf had been the Senior Pastor for St. Peter’s UCC of Elmhurst, IL since 2013.

            April 15 ~ Good Friday, 6:30 pm Sanctuary open for quiet meditation, 7:00 pm A Service of Meditation on the Cross

            April 17 ~ Easter Sunday – 7 am at the Gazebo in Shipyard Park. A Sunrise Service with coffee, 10 am in the Sanctuary. Christ is risen indeed. Traditional family-friendly service. Music by the Matt Congo Choir and guest Soloist, Emma Whynacht.

Leave A Comment...