Good Friday is the most solemn of all days in the Christian Church. On Good Friday, as we remember that on account of our sin the Lord was crucified and died, we give joyful thanks to God that all sin and God’s wrath over sin falls on Jesus and not on us, and that by His grace we receive the benefit of this most sacrificial act.
We are looking forward as we meditate on how this important day is called Good Friday.
Come and worship with us on the Good Friday Divine service at 11:00 AM.
We wish a blessed Easter.