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Good Friday Worship Experience
April 9, 2020

Good Friday Worship Experience

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Passage: Mark 14:43-72; Mark 15:1-47
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Bible Text: Mark 14:43-72; Mark 15:1-47 | Pastor: Andrea Fluegel | Series: Holy Week | Today we gather, as do Christians throughout the world, to hear the proclamation of the passion, to pray for the life of the world, and to meditate on the life-giving cross.  The service of Tenebrae, which is Latin for “shadows” or “darkness,” provides an extended meditation on the cross of Christ.  Good Friday marks the death of Jesus Christ.  The day is called “good” because of what Jesus’ death means for the redemption of the world.  Christians can never recall Jesus’ death without remembering his resurrection, so while Good Friday recalls the sorrow of the crucifixion, it also celebrates the victory gained over death and sin which brings us new life.

For this worship experience, you are welcome to use candles, LED candles or flashlights and light and extinguish them during worship.

If you would like to support the mission of Prince of Peace so that we can continue worship, community outreach, and other ministries, you can give any amount by cash, check, online, through  the Give+ app by Vanco, or by sending a text to 833-394-7887 (text  your dollar amount and follow the prompts).  Thank you for your generosity. 

From Sundays and Seasons.com.  Copyright 2020 Augsburg Fortress.  All rights reserved.  Reprinted by permission under Augsburg Fortress Liturgies Annual License #SAS003288.  CCLI License #11245532.  One License # A-709338.  Liturgy and Design © 2019 worshipdesignstudio.com, adapted by permission.

Today we gather, as do Christians throughout the world, to hear the proclamation of the passion, to pray for the life of the world, and to meditate on the life-giving cross.  The service of Tenebrae, which is Latin for “shadows” or “darkness,” provides an extended meditation on the cross of Christ.  Good Friday marks the death of Jesus Christ.  The day is called “good” because of what Jesus’ death means for the redemption of the world.  Christians can never recall Jesus’ death without remembering his resurrection, so while Good Friday recalls the sorrow of the crucifixion, it also celebrates the victory gained over death and sin which brings us new life.

For this worship experience, you are welcome to use candles, LED candles or flashlights and light and extinguish them during worship.

If you would like to support the mission of Prince of Peace so that we can continue worship, community outreach, and other ministries, you can give any amount by cash, check, online, through  the Give+ app by Vanco, or by sending a text to 833-394-7887 (text  your dollar amount and follow the prompts).  Thank you for your generosity. 

From Sundays and Seasons.com.  Copyright 2020 Augsburg Fortress.  All rights reserved.  Reprinted by permission under Augsburg Fortress Liturgies Annual License #SAS003288.  CCLI License #11245532.  One License # A-709338.  Liturgy and Design © 2019 worshipdesignstudio.com, adapted by permission.

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