Holiday · London

Good Friday

On the Friday before Easter, Christians commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. It is a day of mourning in church and special Good Friday services are held where Christians meditate on Jesus’s suffering and death on the cross, and what this means for their faith.

Calling it ‘Good Friday’ may seem a bit bizarre, but some people think that it was once called God’s Friday or Holy Friday.

Enjoy your Good Friday. No meat today. 🙂

Love,

Take care,

Birdie

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