Triduum

Posted 8 April 2012 by
Washing feet

Washing feet

A “triduum” is a three day period set aside for prayer of devotions. More specifically, this is the name given for the three days and three worship services on Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil.

I decided to do a photo essay on these three services on April 5-7, 2012, at Church of the Redeemer, Kenmore, Washington. This essay was added to my new Pinterest site in a collection called Triduum.

Some things to remember are:

  • It was a first-time experiment. I am curious about using Pinterest, including what works on this site.
  • This is by no means a complete description of everything that happened during these three services. I only wanted to hit some hightlights and broad themes.
  • It is personal and strictly my responsibility. No one at Church of the Redeemer had anything to do with this, other than being on the other end of my lens.

If you have more curiosity about these services, look at Church of the Redeemer: Holy Week Web-Booklet, 2012. It covers all services at Redeemer from Palm Sunday through the Easter Vigil in 2012.

What do you like about the photo essay Triduum? What would you have done differently? What do you think about using Pinterest for something like this, as compared to Flickr?

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