On Palm Sunday we celebrate Jesus' triumphant entry into Jerusalem riding on a donkey. Great crowds of people rushed to the streets waving palm branches to welcome Him. The people shouted "Hosanna" and laid their cloaks and palm branches from the nearby trees in His path. We remember that Jesus was recognised as King.
10am - St. Peter's Church
4pm - St. Mark's Community Church
On this day, we remember the Last Supper - the last meal Jesus shared with disciples before he was arrested. During the meal Jesus took bread and wine and shared them with his disciples. We continue to share bread and wine as part of our service; to help us to remember the sacrifice that Jesus made for us when he died on the cross.
10am - Service with Holy Communion - St. Peter's Church
10:30am - Walk of Witness - Starting at St. Peter's and walking with the cross towards St. Mark's (arrive approx. 11:20am). We remember events from Jesus' journey to the cross and celebrate his sacrifice for us.
2pm - At the foot of the cross - St. Mark's and St. Peter's Church: A reflective service to mark the death of Jesus on the cross.
10am - Celebration Service at St. Peter's, with Easter Egg hunt for children after the service, held in the church grounds.
4pm - Celebration Service at St. Mark's, with an Easter Egg hunt for children before the service at 3:30pm within the site.