This is a stand-alone worship service fitting for the evening of Good Friday. The service description found in the worship folder is as follows:
2000 years ago, God died. The Roman governor of Judea, Pontius Pilate, brought Jesus before the Jewish mob. Thrusting forward a bloody and battered man with a mock crown and cape around him, Pilate shouted, “Ἰδοὺ ὁ ἄνθρωπος” (Latin: “Ecce, homo!”) “Behold, the man!” Pilate could not have known how his words fall on our ears, for Pilate holds before us the God-Man Jesus: true man who will live under the law for all humankind, and true God who will keep that law perfectly, and then die.
This service is a meditation on the words written by those gospel writers that recorded the crucifixion of Jesus. It allows the words of the accounts to speak for themselves, and it allows us to listen and then respond in love and thankfulness through song. You will hear an almost complete account of the events on Good Friday, from morning until afternoon. Be sorrowful over your sins and what it cost God to save you. But rejoice over your Saviour, who was willing to pay.
This worship service packet includes:
- The full worship service PDF and Mac .pages
- Worship folder cover images JPG, PSD
- Title slide JPG
- title image, PNG