We need you, your cars, and your love for Jesus.
St. Luke’s has hosted the diocesan worship services for a year. This will be our last Easter to have access to St. Luke’s in the Meadow’s building, so let’s celebrate all the love, worship, and outreach that has happened there while singing Hosanna to Jesus. Here’s how you can help us do that.
The diocesan worship service for Palm Sunday will feature a procession — and since we can’t process in person, we invite you and your family to help us record a procession in our cars on Saturday, March 20, at St. Luke’s in the Meadow. Just like we did last year. Everyone will stay in their cars. This will keep us all a safe distance from one another while letting us “Hosanna” to our hearts’ content. Here’s what you have to do:
Make some posters (if you wish) that say things such as “Hosanna!” “Hail, King of the Jews!” “Welcome Jesus!” Have some fun with the idea. Think Godspell.
Get into your car with your family and your posters. Drive to St. Luke’s in the Meadow at 4301 Meadowbrook Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76103. Line up along Somerset and Lambeth, the streets to west and north of St. Luke’s parking lot. See map below.
You will be able to pick up the palms at the curb on Somerset. Get one for each person in your car. At the signal, the entire caravan will begin to drive along Lambeth to Rand. Turn right on Rand, then right on Meadowbrook, then right on Somerset. As you turn onto Meadowbrook, begin waving your palms out the windows, hold up your signs, and begin shouting “Hosanna!”, “Hail, Jesus, King of the Jews!” and carry on like people greeting a new king, who some are beginning to suspect may be the Messiah.
We will be video taping the cars in procession on Meadowbrook and Somerset. Please fill out the form below so we know how many people to expect.
We will then edit the procession into the Palm Sunday service for March 28. Thanks for helping us out.