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Good Friday Service Online Provided By Several Churches; Read To Know

Good Friday service online are held as many churches are closed due to coronavirus pandemic. Check a few websites that are offering online service on April 10

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Good Friday is a Christian holiday in observance of the crucifixion of Jesus and his death at Calvary. It takes place during the Holy Week as part of the Paschal Triduum on the Friday before Easter Sunday. Members of many Christian denominations observe Good Friday with fasting and church services. But due to the recently COVID-19 pandemic, several churches have been closed down. However, services will take place online in various churches. Read to know about a few of them.

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Good Friday 2020 online service

  • Good Friday communion service online every hour from 6 pm to 10 pm on April 10, on Easter at Awaken Church. Visit‎ for more information.
  • Good Friday online service at 7 pm on April 10, live streaming on Christ the King Community Church. For more information visit‎
  • April 10, Good Friday online service on Easter online at Radiant at 5 PM, 6:30 PM and 8 PM. Visit

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  • Easter at Grace has Good Friday service streaming at 7 PM. Visit
  • Venture Christian Church is live streaming three Good Friday services at noon, 5 and 7 PM. Visit 
  • Good Friday Service, ‘God Will Provide’ at 7 PM on Calvary church website. Visit

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  • Tenth offers Good Friday Online Service at 7 Pm on Facebook and YouTube. Visit
  • Good Friday service online from 12 to 1 PM at Grove Church Dallas. Visit
  • West Valley Church provides Good Friday online service at 5 PM on April 10. Visit

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Service on the day

Any candlesticks and altar cloths, cross or crosses are removed, after the Lord's Supper, leaving it bare so that they might be returned in-ceremony on Easter Sunday which observe the day of Christ's resurrection. It is also traditional to empty the holy water fonts in preparation of the blessing of the water at the Easter Vigil. Customarily, no bells are rung on Good Friday or Holy Saturday until the Easter Vigil.

The Celebration of the Passion of the Lord takes place in the afternoon. However, it is permissible to celebrate the liturgy earlier and even shortly after midday or at a later hour up until 9 pm. The apparel used are red, more commonly or black, more traditionally.

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