2019 Stations of the Cross
In 2018, the Stations of the Cross were hung in our Carpenter Chapel and then dedicated to the glory of God. The stations follow Jesus’ last day of life from his trial to the tomb. It is a holy representation of the Via Delarosa (the way of Jesus’ suffering) in Jerusalem. A common practice in churches and at retreat centers is to prayerfully ‘walk the stations’ during Holy Week.
This year, our church staff will be leading small groups through the stations during Holy Week. Each group is limited to 12 persons. You may want to sign up for a ‘lunch walk’ and bring your coworkers. You may wish to sign up for a time convenient for your family to walk together. You might find it meaningful to simply come alone. The prayerful walk takes about 30 minutes and is completely contained in Carpenter Chapel. We will move from station to station and rememeber the last moments of Jesus’ life. (Please note: You may be seated on the pews if mobility is problem. It’s really more standing than walking.)
|| Jenna Manning