It's Friday morning and the garden is a mess. As the groundskeeper picks up, he reminisces about the times he spent agonizing in the garden. Many subtle parallels to Jesus' time in the garden are cleverly written into the monologue by the Enscoes. It isn't long before a storm begins to move in and some strange things are found on the ground. When the keeper sees blood on the front of a boulder he realizes that someone was killed and wonders who.
In this contemporized Scripture moment, a groundskeeper cleans up the Garden of Gethsemane on Good Friday morning.