on 2024-03-29 (4 weeks from now)
In the United States, Good Friday is observed as a religious holiday by many Christians to commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. It falls on the Friday before Easter Sunday and is a time of reflection, prayer, and attending church services. Many Christians mark Good Friday with fasting, silence, and solemn observances to remember the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. It is also a day when some businesses and schools may be closed or have reduced hours to allow people to participate in religious services and activities.
How to recognize Good Friday at work?