Stations of the Cross 2015

P1020768 P1020778 P1020782These are just a few of the stations set up in the Sanctuary at Christ Community Church this Holy Week. If you aren’t able to make it in to physically go through the stations, you can use this Stations of the Cross 2015 booklet at home.

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At the Cross of Jesus

As we move closer to Good Friday, take some time to reflect on Jesus’ story and its shaping of your own.crosses

Christ Community Church has been journeying through the Gospel of Mark since the beginning of the year. Each week, their Pastor has shared reflections on the text that weren’t touched upon on the sermons. Read the reflection for Mark 15, “When a story ends & Hearing a New Grace” if you want to find some new perspective.

Here are three reflections on why Holy Week and what Jesus did still matters everyday from The High Calling:

 How can our lives intersect with the slow, significant events of the cross? Read on in, “Why Holy Week Matters: Meeting Jesus at the Table”

Jesus understands what it means to worry and be overwhelmed. Learn from him in “Why Holy Week Matters: Letting Go in the Garden”

Finally, don’t take the sacrifice of the cross for granted, instead, “Why Holy Week Matters: Taking Up Your Cross”

 

The image, “Crosses” is ©CreationSwap/Ron Loveday.

Holy Week Prayer and Reflection Guides

Here are a few online prayer and reflection guides you can use to guide you through the events that led to Jesus’ death on the cross.

Last year, Christ Community Church hosted a Stations of the Cross. Though we aren’t hosting a physical venue, you can use these pictures of the stations as well as the downloadable reflection booklet.

Here is a guided reflection with artwork for the Last Seven Words of Christ.

An alternate Stations of the Cross with artwork and reflections is available on Sacred Art Meditations’ website.

May you be drawn into closer communion with God.

Stations of the Cross

At Christ Community Church, we spent this week following the true story of Jesus’ suffering. We gathered crosses from our Church building and from families in our community to design each station. Then, we added some items for reflection and spent time in prayer after reading the biblical text. For many, it was a powerful experience and Spirit-filled time.

We thought we’d share the experience with all of you. Download the booklet, Stations of the Cross 2013, and if you’d like, use the pictures of each station below.

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This post is the final in a series of Holy Week reflections.