Good Friday

Today we remember the crucifixion of Jesus. You may want to read the United Church’s 2020 Lenten devotional, Faithfully Yours, during Lent 2020 for your own time of reflection.

Worship Ideas
PDF icon Alone in Gethsemane (music)
Music and lyrics for the song "Alone in Gethsemane" by William B. Petricko. ...
File Gathering Lectionary for Lent/Easter, February 26‒May 24, 2020
Includes suggested readings, hymns, worship spark, children's time idea, sermon starter, etc...
File Passion Story and Prayers for Good Friday 2020
Written by Murray Pruden, Indigenous Minister for Pacific Mountain Region, these resources remind us that even in these pandemic times, in God’s eyes we matter every moment and breath of our daily life.
File Worship Ways (United Church of Christ)
The United Church of Christ, our partner denomination in the United States, posts weekly worship services; search by liturgical season.
Prayers

A prayer for Good Friday.

Related Material
File Gathering: Resources for Worship Planners | UCRDstore.ca
Gathering is a worship planning magazine for ministers and lay leaders, music directors, and United Church worship committees.
File Moderator's Lent Message 2019
In his Lenten message, Moderator Richard Bott reminds us that this season is a time to think, deeply, about our relationship with God.
File Moderator's Lent Message 2019: Transcript
Transcript of Moderator Richard Bott's Lent Message 2019...
File Moderator's Lent Message 2020
Moderator Richard Bott ushers in the season of Lent with a reflection on Ash Wednesday as a celebration of hope and life.
File Moderator's Lent Message 2020: Transcript
Transcript of Moderator Richard Bott's Lent Message 2020...
Worship Blog
Last Updated: 
September 5, 2019

Rev. Stephen Fetter writes that Good Friday is a time when gathering with others to pray brings hope - even in the face of tragedy. 

Last Updated: 
February 19, 2020

In this excerpt from the new Lenten devotional "Faithfully Yours: Letters for the Wondering," Bri-anne Swan reflects on the perennial question, “God, where were you?”