The Good Friday liturgy marks the day of Christ’s suffering, crucifixion, and death and is a continuation of the Maundy Thursday liturgy. We begin in silence as we ended last night. On this most solemn of days, we fix our gaze on the cross at Golgotha. The cross, today draped in black, serves as a sign of God’s never failing love for us even in the midst of death. Childcare and valet parking will be available.