Good Friday – March 29th

You can join the service, live or later, via YouTube.
The stream will begin at 10 am (EDT). You’re able to watch or re-watch the stream at this link on YouTube at any later time.

The order of service is available here.
You may want to have it handy while joining the stream. The order of service includes the readings and responses, and the words to the hymns, to make it easier to join in participating via the live stream. It also includes prayers you may wish to use during the reception of the Eucharist.

As we gather this morning, we join a service already in progress. It began last night; it only pauses today, before continuing tomorrow night, and Sunday morning.

As we gather on Good Friday, we enter most deeply into the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. We move through the events of his trial, torture, and execution. We see his body laid in the tomb. And we venerate the cross, an instrument of cruelty that God transforms into salvation. Finally, we’ll receive the eucharist from the sacrament celebrated last night and reserved at the altar of repose for us to solemnly consume as we marvel at the body of Our Lord, given for us.