It was the single most horrible day in the history of the world. On that day, the Savior of the world willingly gave up his life for rebels.
And yet we call it “Good” Friday. We call this day Good Friday because it was then that God wondrously used the very thing Satan meant for evil to accomplish his perfect plan. Through his death, Jesus powerfully killed death so that we might be made alive in Him.
But . . .
He still died. We hope you will join us this year for our Good Friday service as we reflect on the death of Jesus in order that we might contrast it with the beauty of the resurrection.
— GOOD FRIDAY 7:00PM —