Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Good Friday Service

Good Friday is the Friday within Holy Week, and is a time of fasting and penance, commemorating the anniversary of Christ's crucifixion and death. For Christians (Catholic, Orthodox, Methodist, etc), Good Friday commemorates not just a historical event, but the sacrificial death of Christ, which with the resurrection, comprises the heart of the Christian faith.

Join us as we imagine how the cross maker, nail maker, robe maker, stone maker, whip maker, and the crown maker, felt to see his object part of the Jesus' crucifixion. Each one laments the event and their unwilling role with the revealing statement, "look at what I gave Jesus and look at what he gave me." Interwoven into the makers monologue we will using interpretive dance and music to tell the Crucifixion story.

All invited, all are welcome.


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