Good Friday

Singapore observes Good Friday, the Friday before Easter Sunday, as a public holiday. It is a significant day in the Christian calendar because it honors the crucifixion of Jesus. Christians all throughout the world reflect on the circumstances leading up to Jesus’ crucifixion and death on Good Friday, and many go to church or take part in religious processions.

Good Friday in 2024, 2025, and 2026:

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These dates are estimated. We will update this page once the official announcement is out.

Good Friday is a somber day in Singapore, and it is observed by a number of religious customs. Churches perform special services that are centered on the suffering and sacrifice of Jesus, frequently including dramatizations or reenactments of the circumstances surrounding his crucifixion. As part of their daily routine, believers also partake in the Stations of the Cross, which consists of a succession of stations that represent the many phases of Jesus’ journey leading up to his crucifixion.

In addition to the religious celebrations, Good Friday is a public holiday in Singapore, which closes a lot of shops, workplaces, and educational institutions. Families gather together around this time, and some individuals use it as an occasion to volunteer or perform deeds of kindness as part of their celebration of the holiday.

In general, Good Friday is a day of meditation, worship, and fellowship in Singapore as people ponder on the importance of Jesus’ death and its influence on their religion.

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