This year we are very pleased to have Jake Lever’s brilliant new large-scale art work as the centrepiece of our Holy Week and Easter celebrations. The Blue and the Dim and the Gold is a mixed-media piece featuring an image of a lone figure in a boat on a gilded lake, dwarfed by a vast landscape of lake, hillside and evening sky. Jake describes the painting as a meditation upon the universal human experience and seeks to awaken spirituality and paths to inner healing, integration and wholeness. During Lent The Blue and the Dim and the Gold has been exhibited in Birmingham Cathedral, so we are very pleased and honoured to welcome it to St Luke’s over Easter.
Our services for Holy Week and Easter are as follows:
8pm A bring and share meal with table communion
Noon A Meditation focussing particularly on Jake Lever’s ‘The Blue and the Dim and the Gold’ painting and other pieces of art.
Easter Vigil of Fire & Midnight Mass
11.15pm A dramatic experience of darkness and light to welcome Easter Day
NB. There will be no 9.15am service on Easter morning
11am A family Eucharist to celebrate Easter