We will have our Good Friday service, with the Celebration Singers performing a choral work centering on the crucifixion and the sacrifice Christ made for us.
The darkest hours in all the world were when our Savior died. Yet in those hours ofgrief and pain, ourfreedom He supplied.” In the cantata, When Darkness Comes, we are led through the journey of darkness that Jesus undertook for our sakes. It began as the shadows gathered over that upper room where Jesus met with His disciples, and culminated on the following day – Good Friday – when darkness covered the entire land at the noon hour. We follow this mission of love to the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus’ trial before the authorities and finally, to Calvary, where the cross awaited our precious Lord. As we reflect and respond to that unsurpassing love that continues to offer hope to the world, we are reminded that this same Savior, who endured this darkest of journeys for our sakes, is with us when times of darkness enter our own lives.
It is our sincere prayer that in this service of remembering through word and music, your faith will be strengthened and renewed.