Two thousand years ago, the God-Man Jesus Christ was betrayed into the hands of sinners (Mat. 26:45). He was tried, beaten, mocked, and crucified. The event of His death is the sole foundation of the Christian faith. And ever since, Christians have observed His sufferings on a day that has come to be known as Good Friday.
So join us for A Night at the Cross–an evening of teaching, singing, praying, and coming to the Lord’s Table to remember His sacrifice for us.
You can view more information and sign up for child care (kids 3 and under) on theCity.
Liturgy for Friday, April 03, 2015:
Call to Worship: Psalm 31:1-5
Responsive Reading: Isaiah 53:1-8
Five Ironies of the Cross (Exposition of John 19:17-37)
Pastoral Prayer of Confession
Communion Hymn: How Deep the Father’s Love
Assurance of Pardon: Romans 8:31-32
Benediction: 2 Corinthians 13:14