The Day of Resurrection – Easter – March 31st

Coptic Icon St Mary Magdalene

Alleluia, alleluia! Christ is risen!

You can join the service, live or later, via YouTube.
The stream will begin at 10 am (Eastern). You’re able to watch or re-watch the stream at this link on YouTube at any later time.

The order of service is available here.
You may want to have it handy while joining the stream. The order of service includes the readings and responses, and the words to the hymns, to make it easier to join in participating via the live stream. It also includes prayers you may wish to use during the reception of the Eucharist.

This is Easter Day, and we celebrate the good news of the resurrection in all its fullness! Sundays and Seasons offers this reflection on the day and the readings we’ll hear:
This is the day the Lord has made! Christ is risen, and through him all creation is made new! Indeed, “God shows no partiality” (Acts 10:34): Christ’s resurrection truly brings life to everyone. We sing hymns of praise, gather around sacred words, and proclaim God’s faithfulness, power, and love in the feast of holy communion. With the women at the tomb, we are astonished, elated, and grateful. We depart with joy to proclaim the good news of God’s endless love.

The Nativity is running a program for younger folk on Sundays through Lent and including Easter Day, called “Tell Me the Stories of Jesus.” The young people will join the priest at the steps for a prayer, and then will process out with a work of art depicting one or more of the parables they’ll be using.

The Lord is risen indeed, alleluia!