Celebrating the Easter Vigil and the Triduum
The Great Vigil of Easter is an ancient liturgy celebrated after dark on Holy Saturday night — the eve before Easter Sunday. Some Presbyterian congregations have joyfully embraced this inspiring and expressive Holy Week ritual that dates back to the earliest days of Christianity.
Also in this issue: Sabbaticals — the necessity of holy breaks, Community IDs offer a ministry of belonging, equipping children to see the world as Jesus does, writing a money autobiography
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