Our Good Friday service follows the pattern of a traditional Tenebrae service, as we will gather for prayers, penitential songs, and the reading of the last days of the life of Jesus Christ, culminating with His death on the cross for our sins. This is a powerful time of meditation on the guilt of our sins and the great price of our redemption, all culminating in the glorious salvation we enjoy through the love of God and the work of Christ. Though Good Friday is sad, it does not leave us without hope but points to Easter Sunday.
You can see the Order of Worship for this special service here.
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