The middle of the Triduum is Good Friday. On this day, darkness blanketed the earth from noon until 3:00PM, as our Savior endured the pains of hell, hanging from a cross. But Christ’s suffering means our salvation. In this worship service, we use the ancient custom of tenebrae, Latin for “darkness.” Throughout the service, as we meditate upon our Savior’s passion, lights are dimmed and candles snuffed. This symbolizes the ebbing of Christ’s life. The somberness of this service serves as a foil, making the joy of Easter Sunday that much brighter. Come join us for this experience in God’s Word and music.