Holy Week In New City NY

Dated: April 16 2014

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As Holy Week approaches, St. John's Episcopal Church in New City, offers several services.  Maundy Thursday Service will be at 7:30pm, with Holy Eucharist and washing of the feet. The youth of the parish will be holding vigil into Good Friday with service at 8am, which will have Communion from the Reserved Sacrament.  At 12 noon, there will be service of the Good Friday Liturgy.  Following this short service, The Stations of Cross will be held at 1 pm at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Main St., New City. The final Good Friday Liturgy service will be at 7:30.  Then Easter Sunday service begins at 9:30am, with full choir, and Holy Eucharist. No Easter Sunday celebration would be complete, without an Easter egg hunt, which will take place right after the service for all children!

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Kacy Coyle Dow

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