This is the night
of which it is written:
The night shall be as bright as day,
dazzling is the night for me,
and full of gladness.
This day commemorates the waiting and mourning of the disciples and family after Jesus’ death. We recognize their times of silence, confusion, and prayer, and enter into those places ourselves. At the end of Holy Saturday, we gather to remember the stories and promises of God—declaring the ways God has provided for His people in the past, even when hope seemed far away.
Here are some ways you can enter these spaces: