Holy Week Experience
Tuesday 27th March - Monday 2nd April, 10am - 5pm
Join our free interactive exploration of the life of Jesus! Children and families welcome. Provision for Additional Needs will also be available.
Film Showing (18+)
Wednesday 28th March, 7.30pm - 10pm
Each year Christians spend the week before Easter (Holy Week) reflecting on the last week of Jesus’ life on earth, as he was abandoned by his friends, punished unjustly as a common criminal, and crucified by the Romans. This film showing is an opportunity to gather with others to watch this well-known film about the final week of Jesus’ earthly life (known as ‘The Passion’) in the amazing space of Hull Minster.
Any over 18 are welcome, the event is free and you can bring your own snacks.
Maundy Thursday Holy Communion
Thursday 29th March, 7.30pm - 9pm
We will host an immersive Holy Communion service where we will sit around a long table to re-enact and remember the last meal that Jesus’ shared with his friends, the Passover meal. There will be reflective life music, lights and images to helps up think about the Last Supper.
This event is free and open to anyone. You do not have to receive the bread and wine at communion if you do not wish to, but everyone is welcome to experience this immersive evening.
Good Friday Family Service
Friday 30th March, 10.30 - 11.15am
This short, interactive informal service is perfect for families to attend to remember the Easter story. With songs, activities and a short talk, this service will be accessible to all. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian during the service.
Good Friday Hour at the Cross
Friday 30th March, 2pm - 3pm
At this reflective service we remember the words spoken by Jesus as he hung on the cross, as recorded in the Gospels in the Bible. There will be silence, hymns, Bible readings and short reflections. The whole church will remain quiet during this service.
Easter Eve Sung Compline
Saturday 31st March, 7.30pm - 8.30pm
This service, accompanied by Hull Minster Choir, helps us prepare for the joy of Easter and the Light of the World dawning after the more solemn preparation of Lent.