12 PM, 5 PM, & 7 PM
Frontline Downtown - 1104 N Robinson Ave
Good Friday is the most somber day on the Christian calendar, and it marks Jesus’s death on the cross. On Good Friday, the Lord of Life was put to death and the Church must face the weight of her sin. Together, we’ll reflect on Christ’s suffering and agony as he took our sin upon himself in obedience to the Father’s will.
Though it is a day marked by reflection, grief over sin, and repentance, Good Friday really is good news for us. In his goodness, Christ secured the redemption of fallen humanity through his sacrifice on the cross! The cross points to God’s never-ending love for us, and it is a sign of life in the midst of death.
We're inviting all our congregations to join us at Frontline Downtown on April 7 at noon, 5 PM, and 7 PM for a reflection of Jesus' sacrifice and enduring love.
A Lenten Journey // Spotify Cross Album // Good Friday Playlist // Good Friday Instrumental Playlist
Childcare (for children 5 and under) will be available at the 5 PM and 7 PM services only. There will be no childcare available at the noon service. Children are welcome and invited to join us during all of our services! Crayons and coloring sheets will be available for kids during the service.
EASTER SUNDAY SERVICES
Check out frontlinechurch.com/easter for Easter service information and service times.
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