Good Friday

April 10, 2020 • Peter Klahsen

On Good Friday we remember the day Jesus took the penalty for our sins so that we could have a right relationship with God the Father. We will be taking communion together as a community of believers. For more information on Online Communion, click the link below. As you prepare for this service, you might find it helpful to read the gospel account of Jesus’ death. You'll find these recorded in Mark 14-15, John 18-19, Luke 22-23, and Matthew 26-27.