Our Stations of the Cross Experience is typically a walk through experience that helps people focus on Jesus and his amazing sacrifice. This year, the Covid-19 virus provided an opportunity to be creative in order to help people focus on the events of Good Friday in a safe way. Our drive through Stations of the Cross Experience is a way we can help you focus on Jesus as Easter draws near.
For two millennia, Christians have wondered at the love of God which is remarkably evident to us on Good Friday. Followers of Christ have historically marked this day with a pilgrimage to Jerusalem to walk the 900 steps Jesus took to the place of his crucifixion and burial. As Christianity has spread, an actual pilgrimage to Jerusalem has become quite impractical, and the Stations of the Cross provide a way for followers of Christ to “walk his steps,” remembering the last events of Jesus life, his death, and his burial (also known as “the passion narrative”).
Though the practice of walking the Stations of the Cross is widespread in the Christian tradition, the number of stations and events to be memorialized has been fluid throughout history. In this year's “Stations of the Cross Experience” we’ll take you through a meditation of seven moments that lead to Jesus' death and burial. This immersion into this day in the life of Jesus, will move you to understand and marvel at the sacrifice our sins required, and the beauty of the mercy and justice of God demonstrated on the cross. Our hope is that as your appreciation for this event grows, your joy will also grow this Easter.