Good Friday

On this day when Christ became our paschal sacrifice, the Church reflects on the Passion of our Lord Jesus, adores his cross, and intercedes for the salvation of the whole world. In accordance with ancient tradition the Church does not celebrate Mass on this day, but celebrates the Lord’s Passion.

Celebration of the Lord’s Passion at 3PM. This liturgy is a continuation of the one begun Holy Thursday. During this celebration we commemorate our Lord’s Passion, we pray for the needs of the world, and we venerate the cross.

Scriptural Stations of the Cross at 7:30PMi n the upper church. This is a word and song service of about one hour. It is ideal for those who are not able to attend the 3:00 pm service or those who want to participate in a very prayerful, scriptural way of the cross. It will be led by the youth of our parish.