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Dave

Hi Jonny - our Cookham Stations of the Cross (http://www.goodfriday.org) included stations going right through to the Ascension. The stations were created by young people and are on display in public spaces for two weeks over Easter around the village of Cookham, in Berkshire west of London.

Dave

Sorry - the link didn't work - http://www.goodfriday.org/

jonny

cool - thanks dave. you told me about this before but i forgot or lost the url or something!! sounds fab what you are doing...

rebecca greenwood

hi jonny,
great to finally read your blog, after hearing lots about it!
i took part in this worship experience at church.co.uk and it had a huge impact on me and my relationship with God. it's a shame that some christians breeze through easter like they know the score already when there's so much more to explore beneath the surface. taking the time to 'journey to the cross' as Christ did, brings out whole new ways of loving Jesus and connecting with God and serving others. i will not soon forget this service and do fully recommend that churches allow their congretion to participate in it at any time of year.
Blessings,
Becca

jonny

thanks guys! great to hear about that rebecca. it is amazing how stations of the cross seems to have taken off in lots of places - i blame mark pierson myself!!!!

J R Hendricks

The source of the art unfortunately is listed at the front of the book rather than with the stations.
As our class comes to Station X, I discover I am unable to match any of the art listings with the photo of Simon Peter on his knees before Jesus while others work on the boat.
Does anyone know who the artist is?

jonny

i assume it is the calling of st peter by philippe de champaigne?

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