Good Friday is a day to look carefully. It's a day of immense sadness but there is much more to it than that.
It's the day when a dying man asked another dying man to remember him when he comes as king.
It's the day a Roman centurion heard a crucified man shouting, and praised God for doing the impossible.
It's the day a good man chose to honour the death of another good man.
It's the day women went to prepare spices and perfumes, little knowing what they were preparing for.
You don't have to wait for Easter Sunday to praise God. but if you get Good Friday you will be ready to celebrate on Sunday.
Please, if you are able, join us for worship at 10:00am this Friday.