Good Friday Service 7PM

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Good Friday Worship Service - March 29th at 7:00 p.m.

Good Friday is the day when we remember the death of Jesus Christ on the cross. It is a solemn and somber day, but also a day of hope and gratitude. For on this day, Jesus paid the price for our sins and opened the way for us to be reconciled with God.

Lutherans observe Good Friday with worship services that focus on the passion and suffering of Jesus. The service usually includes readings from the four Gospels, hymns, prayers, and a message. Some of the traditional elements of our Good Friday service are:

- The altar is stripped of all ornaments and decorations, symbolizing the abandonment and humiliation of Jesus.
- The cross is veiled in black, representing the darkness and grief of the day.
- The liturgy is simple and subdued, reflecting the sorrow and repentance of the people.
- The congregation may kneel or bow in silence before the cross, expressing their adoration and gratitude for Jesus' sacrifice.
- The people leave in silence, without a blessing or a dismissal, anticipating the resurrection on Easter Sunday.

Our Good Friday service is a powerful and meaningful way to commemorate the most important event in human history: the death of God's Son for our salvation. As Lutherans, we invite you to join us in this sacred time of worship and reflection. May God bless you as you meditate on his love and grace.

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