Two New Outdoor Experiences during Holy Week!
Come to the church and experience one or both of these activities while practicing social distancing.
A Self-Guided Walk through the Stations of the Cross
Sunday through Friday
March 28—April 2
Come any time to explore a few of the traditional Stations of the Cross, a meditative way to remember Jesus’ crucifixion. At each station, you’ll pause for prayer, poetry, art, and have an opportunity to add something to the station. Older youth and adults will find this personal experience meaningful.
Wear a mask, long pants and sturdy shoes (we will walk through the woods). You’ll probably enjoy this experience more if you come when it is NOT raining.
The walk begins at the triple glass doors. The walk will end at the picnic tables near the kitchen.
Watch First Day and the Holy Week email blast for additional information.
The Path of Holy Week – an interactive outdoor experience
Saturday, April 3
11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
We’ll wear our masks, keep physical distance, and walk the grounds of the church as we explore the events of Holy Week with prayers, songs and activities. Like our Christmas Eve Journey to Bethlehem, this experience is great for families and children, and adults will also enjoy it!
Come any time between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Park in the Park and Ride. The Path begins at the church sign and will take around 30-45 minutes.