Denominations do not generally hold fixed views on such things.
Alfred Edersheim placed the crucifixion on Friday 15th Nisan.
There are two Fridays between AD 28 and 35 inclusive which fell on 15th Nisan (AD 30 and AD 33) and no Fridays fell on 14th Nisan. For over sixty years Christians have relied on Richard A. Parker and Waldo Dubberstein's classic "Babylonian Chronology - 626 BC to AD 75" for the dates of the period. The astronomical calculations in this book go back nearly a hundred years. That book put these two Fridays on 14th Nisan. Improved modern astronomical calculations now put both these Fridays on the 15th Nisan.
The date in AD 30 was 7th April, Julian Calendar, or 5th April using Gregorian Calendar. This date is still held by all those who believe Christ must have been born about 5 BC. A major problem with this view is the statement of early Luke chapter 3 that John the Baptist began his ministry in the 15th year of Tiberias. The natural reading of this would be AD 28. It is effectively impossible to squeeze a three year ministry of Jesus between this and a crucifixion on passover of AD 30.
Increasingly popular is the view Jesus was born late 2 BC (my view). In this view Jesus was crucified on the 1st April AD 33 using our Gregorian Calendar (3rd April AD 33, Julian date).
For more on when was Jesus born see "From Abraham to Paul - a Biblical Chronology" by Andrew Steinmann, or his free online article "When did Herod die?"
For the modern calculations see the free online astronomical tables of Rita Gautschy, for lunar dates for the Jewish Calendar, here: http://www.gautschy.ch/~rita/archast/mond/jewcal.html
You can use the following web page to find the day for a date: https://onlineconversion.com/julian_date.htm Be sure to use Julian dates not Gregorian dates.