Tonight we will mark the death of Jesus on the cross with our 


Good Friday Tenebrae Service

6:30 pm in person or online. 

Please know you are invited to join us as take time on this holy day and remember all that Christ gave to save us. 

The service of Tenebrae, meaning “darkness” or “shadows,” has been practiced by the church since medieval times. Once a service for the monastic community, Tenebrae later became an important part of the worship of the common folk during Holy Week. We join Christians of many generations throughout the world. All are invited to attend the Tenebrae service to remember the depth of Christ’s suffering and death, and to remember the hope of resurrection in anticipation of Easter.

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