Good Friday is the day Christians remember Jesus' death on the cross as a sacrifice for the sins of the world.
Christians believe Jesus, the son of God, died to save all believers from sin, which separates human beings from God.
The cross reminds Christians of Jesus' death and their salvation, and how Jesus saved them from death by dying in their place.
The "good" in Good Friday reflects the Christian hope of resurrection and new life in Jesus.
It foreshadows Easter Sunday, when Christians believe God resurrected Jesus from the dead.
Good Friday is considered the most solemn and profound day on the Christian calendar.