Holy Saturday


30 Mar

As Christians, we know that Easter is just around the corner. But we’re not there yet.
It is very tempting to rush past Good Friday to Easter Day. Holy Saturday is
characterised by silence, absence and hope. The invitation is to sit with the discomfort
of all that has happened on Good Friday, with the hope of Easter as yet unrealised.
Click here to read a poem entitled The Sadness of Holy Saturday.

Click here to watch and listen to the Choir from Holy Trinity Cathedral sing And I saw a new Heaven by Edgar Bainton.  This piece is based on Revelation 21:1-4. You’ll find those words here.

 Each Saturday in this calendar you are invited to undertake a prayer practice called
The Examen. Click here to learn about it and here to be led through The Examen.

Concluding Prayer:
God of opportunity and change,
praise to you for giving us life at this critical time.
As our horizons extend, keep us loyal to our past;
as our dangers increase, help us to prepare the future;
keep us trusting and hopeful,
ready to recognise your kingdom as it comes.