Holy Week Worship
Holy Thursday, April 1
Holy Communion - 7:00 pm
Holy Communion will take place in the front parking lot. Bring your chairs (socially distanced) or stay in your car and share and join in the telling of the story of Christ's last supper with the disciples. Bring your own bread and juice to consume during Holy Communion.
Good Friday, April 2
Stations of the Cross - Noon - 3 pm
Drive-thru in the back parking lot, or walk-thru in the front parking lot. Seven stations remind us of the story of Christ's arrest, trial, and crucifixion
Telling The Crucifixion Story - 7:00 pm
Gather in the front parking lot for a reader's theatre-style experience of the Passion Story. Bring your chair (socially distanced) or stay in your car to experience this re-telling of the story.
Easter Sunday, April 4
Resurrection Celebration! - 10:00 am
Bring your chair (socially distanced) or stay in your car, in the front parking lot, for this celebration of Word, song, and prayer as we proclaim, "Christ is Risen! Christ is Risen, Indeed!"
Four opportunities for you to
CONNECT & ENGAGE during this holy season...
All are welcome!
Small Group Study
Beginning after Ash Wednesday
We'll be using The Walk in Sunday school classes, a small group, Youth Ministry, and Children's Ministry as well as for the theming of our virtual worship services during Lent.
The study focuses on 5 essential spiritual practices:
The small group is open to anyone and begins after Ash Wednesday.
Children on Tuesdays
Adults on Wednesdays
Youth on Sundays
To register, contact Rev. Susan Allen Grady via email or 404-936-1258.
Beginning February 21
Bring Your Own Elements (bread & juice) to this service in the back parking lot which will include hymns, scripture reading, and liturgy for Holy Communion.
No food items will be prepared or served; please bring your own to receive in your car. At this time, participants are asked to stay in their cars for the duration of the experience.
Weekly Virtual Worship: The Walk
Make time for worship in your weekly routine! Using the themes of the small group study, The Walk, worship during Lent will be designed around the spiritual practices of worship, study, serving, giving, and sharing faith.
Virtual worship is available on our YouTube channel (Embry Hills UMC). It's also available as a premiere on our Facebook page (Embry Hills United Methodist Church) every Sunday morning, starting at 10:58 am. Use the Facebook page to interact with others who are watching.
Worship videos can be viewed any time after they are uploaded and premiered.