The Stations of the Cross is a way to mark the solemnity Holy Week. There are twelve stops and at each we pause to read Scripture from Jesus’ last journey from Gethesemane to the Cross and death.
You may join with me as I journey throughout St Martin’s nave and chancel, pausing for each stop. Perhaps you would like to sing along to the simple Taize music as we travel from stop to stop. The simple phrase “Jesus remember me when you come into your kingdom” is sung between stations. If you’d like join in the prayers, the bulletin is attached to this post or you may just wish to repeat the words. If you’d just like to listen along, please feel free. You also may wish to use this as an Holy Week meditation; if so, you may play it throughout the week. It is a good way to end the day, quietly and prayerfully.
The bulletin will also allow you to read it yourself or with your household. As you move through the stations, I would urge you to sing the Taize refrain.
The video may be found on St Martin’s YouTube channel and may be found throughout Holy Week
With all blessings of this holiest of weeks
Yours, in Christ