Good Friday is known as the day that Jesus Christ was crucified for our sins. We remember the stories and events surrounding the final days in Jesus’ life.
This online event will feature poetry, music and scripture readings. It is part of a much larger event called The Triduum Project featuring artists, pastors and leaders from around the country engaging the three days (that’s what “triduum” means) in various ways. It starts at 5 PM on Thursday and goes until midnight on Saturday. Check out the livestream at any point.