of the rare times when Good Friday and Passover fall on the same night. 27 First news reporter Amanda Smith takes a look at preparations around the area. TRT: 1.18 NATS: MUSIC At catholic churches all across the area, people are preparing for Good Friday services. Joe: “GOOD FRIDAY IS THE CRUCIFIXTION OF CHRIST. AND IT IS A VERY SPIRITUAL AND MOVING SERVICE. WE ARE BUILDINGTO CHRIST’S RESURRECTION.” At its heart, Good Friday remembers the death of Christ. And the tone of the celebrations are solemn. Nats: Singing Father: “YOU HAVE TO HAVE YOUR GOOD FRIDAY IF YOU WANT YOUR EASTER SUNDAY. IT’S GOOD BECAUSE HE CAME TO EARTH TAKING ON OUR HUMANITY AND OUR SINS AND IN HIS DEATH WON FOR US THE VICTORY.” The Jewish community is celebrating another type of victory tonight. Gon Erez, Jewish Federation: “PASSOVER IS A CELEBRATION OF LIBERTY, FOR GOING OUT OF SLAVERY INTO LIBERTY.” The holiday is marked with a special meal, and a reminder of “Mitzvah,” or to do a good deed. Gon Erez, Jewish Federation: “THE MITZVAH IS ON PASSOVER NIGHT YOU ARE NOT LEAVING ANYONE HUNGRY. NO MATTER IF ITS JEWISH OR NON JEW. IF ANYONE IS HUNGRY AND IN NEED YOU INVITE THEM OVER, YOU OPEN YOUR HOUSE AND OPEN YOUR HEART.” In both faiths- the holy day is marked by spending time with family and remembering tradition. In Trumbull County, Amanda Smith WKBN 27 First News.