The three days from the evening of Holy Thursday to the evening of Easter Sunday has traditionally been called the Triduum. Triduum simiply means three days and can be used to signify any special three days of preparation before a holy day. Sometimes this word is used to describe the three days between Jesus' crucifixion and his resurrection.
While our calendar counts three days, in terms of worship the Triduum is one event. In this one event we encounter the full story of Jesus' last supper, his betrayal, arrest, trial, crucifixion, and resurrection. All of these events together form a unity when proclaiming the Gospel message.
During our worship here at St. Andrew's we are tying the three worship services of Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday together with a drama in three parts. While each service will stand on its own, we encourage everyone to make every attempt to attend all three services. Join us in prayer that in this Triduum, St. Andrew's would be renewed in its faith, that new people might come to faith, and that God would be praised for all he has done for us.
Palm Sunday 3/24: 9am and 11:15am