Maundy Thursday

St. Francis in the Fields 6710 Wolf Pen Branch Road, Harrods Creek, Kentucky

Maundy Thursday is the first day of the Triduum and commemorates Jesus's washing of his disciples' feet, his new commandment (or "mandatum," from which "maundy" is derived) to "love one another," and the Last Supper and institution of the Eucharist. Our 7 p.m. service will be held in the church and childcare will be provided.


Good Friday

Good Friday, so named because it is the day on which Jesus was sacrificed on the cross for our redemption, is the second day of the Triduum. It is the most somber day of the Church calendar and a reaffirmation of the very core of our shared Christian belief. Join us for our Good Friday […]

Holy Saturday

Holy Saturday is the final day of Holy Week, when Christians reverently observe the time between Jesus's crucifixion and resurrection. We will offer a Holy Saturday service (not to be confused with the Great Vigil of Easter that evening) on April 8 at 9:30 a.m. in the chapel.

Great Vigil of Easter

In the earliest days of Christianity, believers would gather in the dark hours ending before dawn on Easter Sunday to celebrate the risen Lord. This practice is preserved in the Episcopal Church in the liturgy of the Great Vigil, which will be observed at St. Francis this year on April 8, beginning at 8 p.m. […]