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Good Friday is a day in which profound emotion is expressed within quiet and solemn worship, as we journey with Jesus through the pain and anguish of false trial and condemnation, to carrying his cross through the streets to crucifixion and death.
12pm (midday) The Three Hours (ticketed and online) Admission is free, however a ticket is required to attend this service. Admission at 12pm only.
Public Booking opens 10am Friday 12 March.
A time to stay with Christ and be transformed by his cross and compassionate love. This year, the Rt Rev’d Jo Bailey Wells, Bishop of Dorking leads reflections on the Gospel, telling the story of the last three hours of Jesus on the Cross. This is followed by music and prayer and an opportunity to come and pray before the cross. As the Death of Christ is commemorated the service ends and we leave in silence.