Good Friday – the day in which Christians around the world focus particularly on the death of Jesus, and its significance for every person on this planet – the ultimate demonstration of sacrifical love, that brings sinful, broken people back into relationship with the God who loves them.
Our video reflection for today helps us think through something of what the death of Jesus means. And we have two other activities happening today as well, through the wonder of Zoom. The church building is still closed so we meet online. Between 11.00 am and 1.00 pm this Friday there is a chance to join in an online session of reflective prayer. You can log on and take time personally to reflect on the events of the first Good Friday through a combination of Bible readings and works of art on these themes.
Then in the evening, at 7.30 pm we have a service of worship, including communion together. We will all prepare our own elements, a small piece of bread and some wine or juice, and at the appropriate time in the service we will share them together. Everyone who loves Jesus and wants to love Him more is welcome to join us. If you would like to have the link to the Zoom meeting, please email David, the minister, at email@example.com, and he will send the links to you. And if you’ve never used Zoom, don’t worry, we’ll send you instructions as well.