The Friday before Easter Day on which the Passion and Death of our Lord Jesus Christ is celebrated (see BCP,276ff).
Friday in Holy Week observing Christ?s crucifixion and death.
Day when Christians prepare to share with Jesus the agony and pain he went through on the Cross. All prayers concentrate on the crucifixion of Jesus.
A day in the Church year set aside to commemorate the crucifixion of Christ and the suffering he went through on our behalf. It is called "Good" because during Christ's crucifixion he was taking on himself the punishment for the sins of the whole world (See Isaiah 55:5).
The Friday before Easter Sunday, observed in commemoration of the crucifixion of Jesus.
The day on which Jesus was crucified.
The Friday before Easter commemorating the day Jesus Christ was crucified.
Commemorates the Passion of Jesus Christ, i.e., his death by crucifixion. Observed as "Holy Friday" by Orthodox Christians on a different date from the one observed by Protestants and Roman Catholics. (Christianity)
The Friday in the Christian year immediately preceding Easter Sunday. This is the day marking the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Chalmers Congregation has long marked Good Friday by sharing in a joint worship service with Mount Hamilton United Church and Mount Hamilton Baptist Church. The location of the service rotates amongst the three congregations and the clergy of the three congregations share in providing leadership.
This day commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus. Hanukah - Celebrates the rededication of the Temple in Jerusalem after it was recaptured from the Syrian Greeks by the Maccabee brothers in 165BC. For the eight evenings of the festival, candles are lit from right to left in a hanukkiah, a nine-branched menorah - one candle for each evening. The ninth candle is the shamash (servant) candle from which the others are lit.
The Friday of Holy Week is the only day of the year that the Church calls "good." It is the anniversary of the passion, crucifixion, and death of Jesus Christ. (It is sometimes said that the name of this fast day was originally "God's Friday.")
The day of Christ's crucifixion and death, commemorated by afternoon and evening services.
The Friday before Easter; observed as the anniversary of the crucifixion of Christ. See " Easter."
(Christian) Remembrance of the crucifixion of Jesus and related events
The Friday preceding Easter, commemorating Christ's death on the Cross.
commemorates the crucifixion of Christ. Hot cross buns are often eaten on Good Friday, which occurs two days before Easter Day.
the day on which Christ was crucified. Also is the Friday before Easter Sunday. This day is one of fasting, penance, and meditations on the agony and suffering of Christ on the Cross. The name is a variation from "God’s Friday". (BCP pp. 169, 221, 276 – 282 liturgy)
Good Friday is the Friday before Easter or Pascha. It commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus at Calvary. This year, it is on April 6, 2007.