Chaplaincy Good Friday Meditation- A journey into Hope
2nd April 12-12.30pm Join the Chaplaincy online for a time of quiet reflection on Good Friday. The meditation will be led by Rev Professor Annalu Waller and Rev Dr Fiona Douglas.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the link to teams.
St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church
Easter services will be live-streamed (St Joseph’s Wilkies Lane Dundee You Tube) at the times given, and can be attended by booking - we can accommodate up to 50 (to book: email john.sinclair9@outlook .com, or txt.phone 07707 698111 as detailed on the webpage http://stj1.co.uk
The services are:
- Palm Sunday (28/3/21) 10 am Mass
- Holy Thursday 7 pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper
- Good Friday 3 pm Liturgy of the Passion
- Holy Saturday 8 pm Easter Vigil
- Easter Day 10 am Mass
Meditations for each day of Holy Week will be available at 9am on each day (Monday to Friday) and the Easter Day service will be available from 9am on Easter Day. Different people will be leading the online meditations etc. The Chaplaincy's, Rev Fiona Douglas will be leading the Easter Day service.
This is the link to the YouTube channel watch on the day or see previous recordings.
St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, Dundee
9.00 am – Said Eucharist
11.00 am – Sung Eucharist (with organ & cantor)
Due to the current government health and safety guidelines, a maximum of 50 people are allowed to attend each service and social-distancing measures will be in place to ensure the safety of everyone in attendance.
To reserve a place at one of the Sunday Eucharist services, please contact the office the week before (if possible, by 5.00 pm the preceding Friday evening), either by email: email@example.com or by telephone: 01382 22 44 86 (an answer-machine is available outwith office hours), leaving your name, a contact telephone number and which service you wish to attend (and how many places, if booking for your household).
The 11.00 am service will be streamed live on the Cathedral’s Facebook page. This can be accessed here: https://www.facebook.com/stpaulsdundee/
An Easter message from the Chaplaincy