Good Friday Vigil

Gathering on the evening of Good Friday, we’ll consider how our wounded world might be reflected in the final hours of the radical rabbi from Nazareth. As we revisit the gospel texts, we’ll rest in contemplative silence, sing quietly to ourselves, and consider the life of a man who risked all to question power, to resist oppression and to welcome those on the margins into the center. Our solemn time together sets us on a course for the joyous transformation waiting on Sunday morning. Join us HERE.