You’ll have to use your imagination to follow Kenny through our normal Palm Sunday ritual, for which the pew sheet is at this link. That evening there’s something to do every hour: at 6.00pm, instead of listening to our choir singing Stainer’s Crucifixion, you can re-visit the recording of the 2012 service at this link; at 7.00pm, you can light your candle and pray, as suggested here; at 8.00pm, you can listen to the broadcast by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth.
To the regular on-line Eucharistic worship on Sundays at 11.00am, SEC are adding worship for Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. As part of that, our own bishop, Ian Paton, is providing the Eucharist for Maundy Thursday (from his home), and for Easter Day (from the Cathedral). Details and links on the SEC website.
Michael Paterson writes: “Holy Week 2020 will be different in so many ways, and yet its death-defying, life-giving message has seldom been more timely.” The resource sheet that Michael has prepared “offers some pointers to help tell the world that God is with us in suffering and in the promise of rising from the dead.”