Our worship during Holy Week will offer a series of stations, a pilgrimage, which will allow us to respond to and honour the contemporary stories that we have been listening to during Lent. We want to allow the voices of the children, the victims, the survivors, the communities, the people who are not heard, those who are silenced to be heard and honoured through and during our worship.
Holy Week begins with Palm Sunday on 14th April. We begin worship at 9:30 at BUC as usual, recalling Jesus’ triumphal entry to Jerusalem, then walk to St. Ambrose Catholic Church to share an ecumenical service and return to BUC with the Baptist congregation to conclude worship.
After worship join the Palm Sunday Walk for Justice for Refugees
Join with people from community groups, faith groups, unions, and political organisations on Palm Sunday to stand up for refugees on Sunday 14th April for a ‘Fair and Welcoming Society’ and to ‘Close Manus & Nauru, Bring Them Here’. More information on the Facebook Event page.
Our congregation gathers on the corner of Swanston and LaTrobe Sts. at 1:30 and/or travel in together by tram from the church at 1:00pm. Look for our BUC and Welcome Banners.