Stations of the Cross Noon- 6:30 pm
The Moore’s Backyard
The Stations of the Cross began as a remembrance that pilgrims had when they were retracing Jesus’ finals steps in Jerusalem up to the hill where He was crucified. Wanting to share that practice and experience with people who couldn’t make the trip to Jerusalem, they created local stations of meditation that became in itself a tradition. You can find this tradition on the inside of many churches still today.
This journey to the cross is not only a meditation of Jesus accomplishing what He came to do - the redemption of humanity through His willful sacrifice - but it’s also a contemplation of Jesus silently participating in some of the worst aspects of being human.
We will join in this practice be walking through 11 Stations with images to stir our hearts and minds to ponder what Jesus went through for us. There will be a booklet to guide you through each station with scripture and meditations. You can take your time and feel the weight of what Christ went through for us.
It will be set up in the Moore’s backyard from Noon - 6:30 pm. Feel free to come and walk through when it is convenient for you. Invite others.