'The Way of the Cross'

Holy Cross Pastor Don Taylor and church council member Sterling Frank, top photo, led the dedication service for “The Way of the Cross”, the church’s new addition to its Community Prayer Garden. The nine stops, spaced along the trail, bottom, form a meditation series that focuses on the Passion of Christ.

The members of Holy Cross Lutheran Church joined Pastor Don Taylor Sunday, March 28 to dedicate the new addition to the church’s Community Prayer Garden.

“The Way of the Cross” is a self-guided walk along a concrete path in the Garden. It is a timely experience offered to the community in celebration of Easter, but it is also a permanent meditation experience.

Holy Cross member Toni Post suggested to the Worship Committee, more than a year ago, adding a classic Lenten experience to the Community Prayer Garden.

The new addition includes nine stops along the path, forming a meditation series that focuses on the Passion of Christ.

Artwork and scripture illustrate each on the nine stops.

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