Worship is central to our life in God and our life together. Many of the things we do and say in worship are thousands of years old, so at first glance, they may seem strange and foreign. Yet, these things we do and say turn us and center us to live a different kind of life: a life that is focused on serving God and serving neighbor. For those of you who might feel lost during worship or do not understand why we do what we do: do not hesitate to ask someone sitting near you or ask the pastor questions after worship.
In Biblical times, it was a sacred responsibility to offer hospitality to strangers. Travelers were vulnerable people who also were sources of the latest news. By offering shelter and food, hosts could learn of the world outside their home or their village, and at the same time share their customs and faith. UniLu tries to continue that ancient tradition of sacred hospitality. In our world today, this can be incredibly challenging to live out and make a reality. We hope that you feel truly welcomed here.

Sunday Worship with Eucharist
10.30 AM

April 16 (Wednesday in Holy Week)
  • Shared worship at St Mary’s Episcopal Church in Hamilton Village (between 39th and 40th on Locust Walk)
  • 6.15 PM simple supper; 7.00 PM Tenebrae
April 17 (Maundy Thursday), 7.00 PM
    April 18 (Good Friday), 7.00 PM
      • Service of scripture, prayer, and adoration of the cross
      April 19 (Easter Vigil), 10.00 PM
        • Lighting a new fire, processing with the Paschal Candle, readings from the Old Testament in the darkness of Good Friday, receiving members and remembering our baptism promises, then celebrating the first Eucharist of Easter, followed by a celebratory reception
        April 20 (Resurrection of Our Lord / Easter Day)

        Other Worship Opportunities

        Sundays, 6.30 PM, Evening Prayer for students and young adults

        Tuesdays, 6.15 PM, Mid-week Eucharist

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          The Church Year
          December 1 through December 23, 2013
          December 24 through January 5, 2014
          Time after Epiphany
          January 6 through March 2, 2014
          March 5 through April 16, 2014
          The Three Days of Holy Week
          April 17 through April 19, 2014
          April 20 through June 8, 2014
          Time after Pentecost
          June 15 through November 23, 2014