Celebrating Good Friday

Good Friday, also known as "Holy Friday," is the Friday immediately preceding Easter Sunday. It is celebrated traditionally as the day on which Jesus was crucified. Many Christian churches celebrate Good Friday with a subdued service, usually in the evening, in which the betrayal and crucifixion of Jesus is remembered with solemn hymns, prayers of thanksgiving, an invitation to reflect on suffering of many kinds, and observance of the Lord's Supper (communion).

Unitarian Universalist Perspectives

Search Words for Worship Services

Displaying 1 - 9 of 9.




  • "Easter Week 1982" (WorshipWeb)
    By Robert Walsh
    Tagged as: Choice, Despair, Healing, Hope, Justice, Living Our Faith, Love, Peace, Spring, Unitarian Universalism, Winter
  • At Some Time (WorshipWeb)
    By Rebecca Bryan
    Tagged as: Brokenness, Christianity, Death, Grief, Humanism, Responsibility


  • Help us to hold the mystery (WorshipWeb)
    By Celie Katovitch
    Tagged as: Brokenness, Christianity, Direct Experience, Doubt, Faith, God, Grief, Hope, Shadow, WorshipWeb


  • Children's Easter Story (WorshipWeb)
    By Heather Lynn Hanson
    Tagged as: Grief, Love
  • Good Friday (WorshipWeb)
    By Elizabeth Tarbox
    Tagged as: Christianity, Family, Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender/Queer, Unitarian Universalism


  • In the Midst of Powerlessness (Braver/Wiser)
    By Myke Johnson
    Tagged as: #COVID19, 4th Principle (Truth & Meaning), Calling, Caring, Christianity, Democracy, Evil, Healing, Hope, Power, Prophetic Words & Deeds, Responsibility

Responsive Reading

  • We Need to Be Resurrected (WorshipWeb)
    By Amanda Udis-Kessler
    Tagged as: 3rd Principle (Acceptance & Spiritual Growth), Brokenness, Despair, Direct Experience, Failure, Grace, Hope, Redemption, Salvation