Good Friday 2nd April 7:00 pm Tenebrae Service on Zoom and in the Church

Join us for a Good Friday Tenebrae service, led by Sue Cockerill. All welcome.

Tenebrae is the Latin word for darkness. This Good Friday service, which dates back to the ninth century, literally takes people into the darkness through a series of scripture readings and music, with the use of candles, which are extinguished throughout the service. Whilst a very traditional service, it is given a Unitarian twist with music and readings from across the various Christian traditions. The service will last no longer than 40 minutes and people will leave in silence to ponder the significance of Christ’s death and await the celebration of the resurrection.

Please contact admin@chorltonunitarians.org for the Zoom meeting details.

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