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The sister Episcopal parishes of Northeast San Antonio, have discovered that walking the Journey of Holy Week, together, “side by side,” has somehow “freed the Spirit” among us. We have a new creative energy to collaborate and find, in the midst of our dpiversity, unity as the Body of Christ, not only through common worship, but in common mission. We welcome brothers and sisters from all backgrounds and traditions to join us, and further stretch and enrich our Holy Week Adventure. The Holy Week services have been shaped and handed down through the centuries and help us remember, contemplate, experience and celebrate the grace and mystery of the life, death and resurrection of Christ.

We hope you will join us for one or all of our Holy Week services in 2015.

If you are unable to attend any of the services listed below, you can view the bulletins (containing scripture readings, prayers, music, etc.) for each service by clicking on the appropriate links below:


 Wednesday, April 1 – Tenebrae Service at 7 pm at St. Matthew’s Episcopal  Church, Universal City 

Click HERE for Tenebrae service bulletin.

Thursday, April 2 – Maundy Thursday Agape Dinner and service at each of the churches 

Click HERE for a Maundy Thursday service bulletin.

Friday, April 3 – Stations of the Cross at 1:30 pm at Los Patios 

Click HERE  for Stations of the Cross bulletin.

Friday, April 3 – Good Friday Eucharist at 7 pm at St. David’s Episcopal Church, San Antonio  

Click HERE for Good Friday service bulletin.

Saturday, April 4 –  Great Vigil of Easter at 8 pm at Church of Reconciliation, San Antonio 

Click HERE for the Great Vigil bulletin.


Tenebrae is a contemplative service, rife with symbols, shadows, and silence.

Maundy Thursday offers reflection on and participation in events from Jesus’ last night with his disciples.

Stations of the Cross is an offering of prayer as a series of stops associated with our Lord’s passion and death.

The Good Friday service commemorated Jesus’ arrest, his trial, his crucifixion, and his death and burial.

The Great Vigil is the first service of Easter Day.


Childcare will be provided at each of the Holy Week Journey together services, except the Stations of the Cross.
You are invited to bring wagons or strollers for young children to the Stations of the Cross.
View a map of locations of 2015 Holy Week Journey services.   It’s ideal to click on the link to view a larger map.

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