Stations of the Cross

The Stations of the Cross is a traditional devotional exercise where 14 pieces of artwork, depicting events in Jesus’ journey to the cross, are placed around a church building. People are invited to enter into the story by walking around each station in turn during Holy Week – from Monday 6 April to Saturday 11 April 2020.

Rev Rod Horsfield has developed an electronic Stations of the Cross, which can be used at home during this time of pandemic.

Network Worship Service

Maundy Thursday – Thursday 9 April 2020

A Service of Tenebrae (‘Service of Shadows’) was prepared to be used from Maundy Thursday to Easter Saturday, focussing on the shadows falling on Jesus in the last hours before his crucifixion.

Good Friday – Friday 10 April 2020

This Good Friday service reflects on ‘The Last Seven Words of Jesus Christ’ and focuses on the divinity and humanity of Jesus revealed on the cross.