The word “Tenebrae” is the Latin word for “shadows” and has, for centuries, been applied to the ancient monastic night and morning services of Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Saturday. Tonight’s worship is quiet and reflective. As readings progress, candles are gradually extinguished until only a lone candle remains. After that candle is briefly removed from our sight, it reappears again – reminding us of the hope of the resurrection which is never extinguished. Come, join us for this powerful time of prayer and reflection.