The Great Vigil of Easter is in four parts that dramatically re-connect us to God's power of salvation and love of all creation.
A time for re-creation and re-generation powered by God's acts of grace.
Lighting the new fire and inscribing the new paschal candle, contemplation of the great acts of salvation, crossing the River Jordan in baptism, and celebrating with the resurrected Christ at the Table of the Lord.
Ifyou wish to assist, please speak with Pastor Dyck. Invite your friends to join you on this night of nights and vigils of all vigils.