Stations of the Cross
Wednesday, April 5, 9am–9pm
Stations of the Cross is an interactive, self-guided journey through the events Jesus encountered leading up to the cross. During this experience, you will be invited to participate in events like Pilot condemning Jesus to death, Simon carrying Jesus' cross, and the centurions gambling for Christ's garments. At each station you will read, pray, meditate and respond in a physical way to the events leading up to Jesus' death. Navigating through the different stations and reflecting on Jesus' life will cultivate your faith as you experience Jesus and His love for you.
This year, there is an interactive booklet for children in 1st through 5th grade. Families are encouraged to bring their children along with them to participate in the events leading up to Jesus' death together. The children's booklet will take your child through the same stations as the adult booklet, but with age-appropriate language and application. This is a great opportunity for parents to discuss the significance of Jesus' death, and the hope of Jesus' resurrection with their family.
Stations of the Cross is open on both Tuesday, April 4th and Wednesday, April 5th from 9am-9pm. You can come anytime to participate. Small groups are encouraged to come together and discuss their experience upon completion. You will navigate through the stations at your own pace, but you should allow between 30 and 60 minutes to go through all of the stations.
Come ready to grow in love your love for Christ as you marvel at all He went through for us.