As the situation with COVID-19 rapidly develops, we face difficult decisions as a community of faith. This post continues to be updated with the latest information about activities at RLC. Please take a moment to read this important message.
Sunday, April 12, is Easter Sunday! Special resources for worshipping at home include a worship video, liturgy guide, and gospel reflection.
Draw together for the Vigil of Easter, Saturday, April 11. We have created a special liturgy to guide your Vigil at home.
On Good Friday, April 10, our focus shifts to the cross – the place of Jesus’ victory over sin and death. Special resources for worshipping at home include a liturgy guide and video reflection.
Maundy Thursday, April 9, we share in Jesus’ command to love on another with a special resources for worshipping at home include liturgy guide and video reflection.
This Palm Sunday, April 5, we will begin our worship at home video quilt with a blessing of palms. We cannot distribute palm fronds, so we encourage you to create your own palm fronds!
Watch a replay of a special live-streaming Holden Evening Prayer from Wednesday, March 18 at 7 p.m. Worship was led by Pastor Ryan and accompanied by our organist, David Duncan, and soloist, Laura Mueller.
Lent begins with Ash Wednesday worship on Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. Worship includes Holy Communion and the imposition of ashes for those who desire it.
Resurrection has a long tradition of Vibrant, Liturgical Worship – it is one of our Core Values. We are excited to welcome our new organist, David Duncan, to RLC’s staff as he helps us continue and grow that tradition. David will begin Sunday, Feb. 9.
On the Sunday after Christmas, Dec. 29, our worship follows the pattern of the traditional Lessons & Carols Service from King’s College, Cambridge.