Share the faith on Good Friday

Good Friday is a somber time for Christians, recognizing the day that Jesus Christ was crucified and died.

So it only makes sense for churchgoers to gather together as one to recognize the sorrowful day.

Christians of all denominations will gather Friday at the Franklin United Methodist Community for the annual Good Friday service. Representatives from churches across the county will offer reflections on the meaning of the day, a multi-church choir will perform special music and participants will mark the death of Christ in anticipation of Easter.

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