We have entered what the Church calls the “Great 50 Days” between Easter and Pentecost. Jesus’ resurrection from the dead (that’s right, he was dead and later was found alive again, which is worth looking into) changed the world and freed us from the consequences of our sins. This is a big deal, worth celebrating for 50 days. What does this all mean? It’s a big of a long story, and you should come and join us for the Great 50 Days to find out.
This extended Easter story is sometimes referred to as Easter tide in the Anglican church. We are swept by this spring tide in the church from the Resurrection to the Ascension of Jesus Christ and bringing events to a culmination on the day of Pentecost. At the end of the great 50 days we are brought to a new season and transformed by those 50 days.
Our Sunday liturgy starts officially at 10:00 am, we start about 10 minutes early singing hymns.