The Stations of the Cross are a devotional practice that originated in the early centuries of the Christian Church. Pilgrims who could not walk the “Way of the Cross” in Jerusalem, were able to simulate this pilgrimage as they viewed a series of images which depicted the events of the Crucifixion (the Passion narrative.) One of our members, Margaret Adams Parker, has produced a series of woodcuts for the Stations of the Cross that have been used in various settings as part of this practice. This video shows how they were used in a 2020 virtual service by a church in Norwich. You might enjoy using this video as part of your Lenten practice.


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