Good Friday is when we remember Jesus’ crucifixion—the day he laid down his life in fulfillment of God’s promise to reverse the curse of sin and restore us to himself. On this Good Friday, we hope you will join us as we take time to reflect, pray, and take communion in remembrance of Jesus’ sacrifice.
Each campus will be open from 12:00–8:00pm on Friday, April 7. Please stop by at any time. You will first have the opportunity to watch a brief, live action video of the events of Good Friday based on the Gospel of Mark. Then, there will be a separate space to respond to the story, pray, and take communion.
A note to parents—the video does include a portrayal of Jesus’ suffering that may not be suitable for children. The space for reflection and communion is family friendly, and we encourage families to attend together. If you have any questions, please ask your campus pastor.