on 2023-04-14 (3 weeks from now)
In the United States, Orthodox Good Friday is the commemoration of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. It is observed by Eastern Orthodox churches in the United States, typically with solemn liturgies and services. It is a day of fasting and prayer for Orthodox Christians and a time for reflection on the Passion of Christ. Services often include a procession with a cross, readings from the Gospel, hymns, and prayers. It is a day of mourning and remembering Christ's death.
How to recognize Orthodox Good Friday at work?