5:00pm and 7:00pm
Tickets are free but must be reserved
On Good Friday, the church remembers the crucifixion of her Lord. Traditionally this day has been marked with a Tenebrae service. Tenebrae means “darkness” or “shadows.” While solemn, it is not a message of gloom, but a service of adoration to the Son of God as he offers up his life as the Lamb of God.
Join two-time WAMI Award winner, Koiné, and experience this special adaptation of the historic Tenebrae service told through scriptural narration, music, and dazzling multimedia.
Tickets are free, but space is limited due to social distancing guidelines. If you reserve tickets and are unable to attend, please release your tickets on Eventbrite so that others may attend.