The 14 Stations of the Cross (also known as the Way of the Cross,) has been a Christian devotional practice going back to the time of St. Francis of Assisi and beyond. It involves meditating at way stations on the way to the Cross, recalling Jesus’ journey along the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem on Good Friday.
You will notice that we have placed prints of paintings by James Jacques Tissot as representative of the stations. There is a suggested way of “walking” these stations on the window ledge in the front of the Nave. Any time the church is open, you are invited to use the booklets provided as a guide to experiencing this devotional.
You are encouraged to join in walking the stations every Friday in Lent; beginning at 6:00 PM.