Holy Week Timeline [Infographic]

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“Holy Week” is the historical name given to the last week of Lent and the final days of Jesus’ earthly life.

Involving a large number of events and people, the period between Palm Sunday and Easter can be difficult to imagine.

BibleGateway has created an infographic to help. Using colored lines, it visually shows how and when key players interacted. They describe the holy week timeline as being based on a “harmony of the Gospels,” including references to events and timings.

A pdf file of the timeline is available for sharing and they encourage churches to use it as they help people grasp the power of Jesus’ final week.

Holy Week Timeline

(Click the image above for a full-size version. It’s also available in PDF.)

Lauren Hunter
Lauren Hunterhttps://laurenhunter.net
Lauren Hunter is a writer who loves the big picture of God’s journey we are all on together. In 2007, she founded ChurchTechToday, a website for pastors and church leaders to harness technology to improve ministry. Married to her high school sweetheart, Lauren lives in Northern California with her husband and their four children. Her latest book is Leaving Christian Science: 10 Stories of New Faith in Jesus Christ. She can be found online at https://laurenhunter.net.

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