What’s Good about Good Friday?


Click HERE to watch a replay of this lecture.  (don’t be concerned by the lack of audio for the introduction to the lecture – she shortly remembers to use a microphone!)

You can drag the cursor back to the beginning if you would like to listing to the musical program.

Dear Friends,

Have you ever questioned: why the day of the crucifixion was called Good Friday, and what could be good about it? Or, why did Jesus have to go through the crucifixion? Have you ever wondered what the proof of the resurrection means in your own life?

Our special Easter talk, “What’s Good about Good Friday?” given by Lona Ingwerson, will discuss the crucial significance of the resurrection to each one of us.

This Easter talk will take place on Friday, April 19, 2019, at Third Church of Christ, Scientist, NYC, located at 583 Park Avenue at 63rd Street.

We will provide a live simultaneous Spanish translation for Spanish-speaking attendees, as well as childcare.


For those not available to attend, we invite you to watch online at ThirdChurchNYC.com.

You can also listen via conference phone: 1 (310) 372-7549 & access code 607611.

For more information, contact us at 212-838-1870.

Click HERE for more details (English or Spanish)

REMINDER: If you are in the Central Time Zone, please join us at:

6:00 PM CDT – festive organ music followed by musical performers

6:30 PM CDT – Lona’s talk