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.
Our service is an adaptation of the historic Tenebrae service told through scriptural narration, music, and video.
- Jesus, Grant That Balm and Healing
- Stricken, Smitten, and Afflicted
- Baruch Atah
- O Sacred Head, Now Wounded
- Passover Sunrise
- I am the Man
- Jerusalem the Golden
- Alas! and Did My Savior Bleed?
- Agnus Dei
- Glory be to Jesus
- O Darkest Woe