MARINETTE — The Good Friday Community Service, sponsored by the Twin County Ministerial Association, will take place Friday noon to 3 p.m., at St. James Lutheran Church, 1402 Main St. The theme will be “Jesus — As Others Knew Him.”

The service will invite participants to look at Jesus through different lenses, through the eyes of some of the pivotal characters in the Passion accounts in the gospels. Exploring their experiences with Jesus may enable participants to gain a better understanding of how Jesus’ life, death and resurrection can more deeply impact their lives.

Sermons about “Jesus — As Others Knew Him” will be delivered:

■ noon to 12:30 p.m. — The Rev. Jim Wendt, pastor of Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Marinette, will speak about Simon Peter, his Disciple, with an anthem by the Our Savior’s Choir

■ 12:30 to 1 — The Rev. Doug Schoen, retired Lutheran pastor, will speak about Mary with an anthem by the Bethel Lutheran Choir

■ 1 to 1:30 — The Rev. Linnea Ek, pastor of Community Covenant Church in Menominee, will speak about Mary Magdalene, his follower and witness, with an anthem by the Emmanuel Lutheran Senior Choir

■ 1:30 to 2 — The Rev. Jon Nelson, pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Menominee and Pioneer Presbyterian Church in Marinette, will speak about Judas Iscariot, his betrayer, with a solo by Rich Ulrich

■ 2 to 2:30 — The Rev. Mark Johnson, retired Evangelical Covenant pastor, will speak about Pontius Pilate, his executioner, with an anthem by the Zion Lutheran Choir

■ 2:30 to 3 — The Rev. Glenn Kanestrom, rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Marinette, will speak about Nicodemus, his questioner, with an anthem by St. Paul’s Choir.

The Rev. Linda Forray will serve as the host pastor. The public is invited to all or any portion of the three-hour service. There will be a brief interlude between segments. Free-will offerings at the door will be used to support the Rainbow House in Marinette.