Walk the Stations of the Cross at your own pace this Lent and Easter Season! Click here to view a guided devotion and prayer through Grace Church’s 14 outdoor Stations of the Cross. The first Station is located by the flagpole next to the parking lot.
Reflections of the artists who created these outdoor Stations of the Cross are included in this devotional guide.
Stations of the Cross (or The Way of the Cross) is a prayerful devotion that recalls the series of events leading up to Jesus’ crucifixion and burial. In the early centuries of the Christian faith, pilgrims to Jerusalem often visited the places connected to the final hours of Jesus’ earthly life. Over time, Christians unable to make a pilgrimage to Jerusalem developed the practice of recalling those events using images and “stations” to imitate the Jerusalem pilgrimage and to meditate on the final hours and events of Jesus’ life. There are fourteen traditional stations. Eight stations correspond to events found in the Bible, and the remaining six stations are either based on inferences from the Bible or on pious tradition.