Stations in the Street

About

Stations in the Street is a series of posters based on the tradition of “The Stations of the Cross." It has been created to help people meditate on the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ during Holy Week.  Stations in the Street invites you to retrace Jesus’ final steps in Jerusalem up to the hill where he was crucified.  Each station includes a poster with art and a meditation. 

As you work through these stations, may you see that you are not alone in this world and may the words of Jesus give you comfort:

“In this world you’ll experience many trials.  But take heart… I have overcome the world.”  

How to View

Stations in the Street is available from

March 29-April 5

 

Drop by the church parking lot anytime!

On Tuesday and Thursday from 7-9pm there will be a hospitality team offering coffee and conversation, weather permitting.

You might like to walk the Stations in the Street right before our evening Good Friday service, which begins at 7:30pm on April 2.

If you aren't able to come in person, scroll down to walk the Stations in the Street virtually

Stations in the Street - online

Instructions on how to access:

  • Start on the first slide, Jesus is Tempted. Click the arrow on the bottom right of the image to see the next image. There are 12 Stations total.

  • To access brief words to enhance your meditation, hover your house over the image; OR click on the image, and the slides will pop up with text.

  • There is music available below. Click the "play" button to listen while you look at the images.

  • The images are best viewed on a personal computer or tablet rather than a phone.

1. Jesus is Tempted
1. Jesus is Tempted

“My soul is overwhelmed with sorrow to the point of death. Stay here and keep watch with me.” Matthew 26:38 What drives you to such a desperate time of prayer?

2. Jesus is Betrayed
2. Jesus is Betrayed

“Friend, do what you came here to do.” Matthew 26:50 The son of God was betrayed by a friend. The son of God was betrayed by his creation.

12. Jesus Rises
12. Jesus Rises

“I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays his life down for his sheep.” John 10:11 “Do not be afraid. I am the First and the Last. I am the Living One; I was dead, and now look, I am alive for ever and ever! And I hold the keys of death and Hades.” Revelation 1:17-18 Consider the other side of our greatest fear. Jesus shows us that there is something beyond death.

1. Jesus is Tempted
1. Jesus is Tempted

“My soul is overwhelmed with sorrow to the point of death. Stay here and keep watch with me.” Matthew 26:38 What drives you to such a desperate time of prayer?

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For more information on the artist, visit: https://www.scottericksonart.com/