This will be an Easter like no other perhaps in the history of the Christian Church as believers around the world will be unable to gather.
There will be a Good Friday and Easter Day Service from the Cathedral available from the Diocesan website closer to the day.
We also hope that we will be able to live stream the stripping of the sanctuary on Maundy Thursday at 7.30pm and An Easter Vigil at 6.15 on Easter Morning. Both will be available to watch after the event.
We hope you can join us on line as we affirm, even in these difficult times
Christ is Risen. Alleluia. He is risen indeed. Alleluia.
Hobart Orpheus Choir and guest Orchestra
Conductor – Susan Reppion-Brooke
Soprano – Lana Kains
Alto – Joanna Brooke
Evangelist – Richard Humphrey, Dean of Hobart
Continuo – Ivan James & Elizabeth Rockliff
General Admission Tickets – $25 +booking fee
Door Sales – Cash only
Like so much this year, Palm Sunday will be like no other, but somethings do not change Jesus is still our servant king and we can be encouraged to follow his path.
There is a Morning Prayer service from the Cathedral with Bishop Richard available in a variety of ways on the Diocesan Website.
There will be a livestream on our facebook page of Evening Prayer at 5.30 which will have the Passion Reading and reflection.
If you are nostalgic you can watch the recording that was made of our Palm Sunday Service in 2017. The recording starts just after the Procession of the Palms. Bp Chris Jones is the Celebrant and The Dean is the Preacher.
Service: Palm Sunday TV
This weeks service is available from two different video sources also in audio form as well as printable.
The link is here
Morning Prayer with Bishop Richard
We can still hear God’s word and pray whilst our public services are suspended. A variety of different services are available from the Diocese Website.
There is video of a service as well as a service sheet and the text of the sermon if you are unable to access the video.
The World Day of Prayer 2020 host country is Zimbabwe and the theme is “Rise! Take Your Mat and Walk”.
Learn about the Bible Society’s work.
Join us for morning tea afterward.
There will be a community lunch after the morning service and a Welsh Hymnfest in the afternoon.
We pray that the day will leave you feeling happier than our Patron Saint is in our East Window.
A Diocesan Celebration of ministry around Tasmania and ordination. Family friendly with bbq afterward.
All welcome to join us for our Ash Wednesday service of imposition of Ashes and Choral Eucharist as we start Lent.
Remember you are dust,
and to dust you shall return.
Turn away from sin,
and be faithful to Christ.
Are you new to Christianity? Have you’ve been thinking about Jesus but want to know more before you take the step of trusting him? Are you a new Christian and want to explore more about what that means? Have you been a Christian for a while and want rethink what Jesus means? Or do you know someone who does? Alpha is a great way to explore questions like these with people who are asking similar things. We meet each week over a meal for about an hour and a half to share our thoughts and ideas on who we think Jesus is and what it means to be a Christian.
If that interests you, please come! Alpha sessions will start on Tuesday 25th February at 6:00pm. There is no commitment or payment required, just a willingness to be open minded to how being a follower of Jesus will change your life. If you would like to know more, please talk to either the Dean or Catriona Johnson.