A multi-media journey for Holy Week
The ancient practice called The Stations of the Cross began in the 1500s, when small shrines were set up as visual reminders of the path Jesus took to the cross and some of the moments he experienced along the way.
It's a practice not just for remembering what was, but as David Bjorlin tells us, it's "anamnesis" - bringing the events of the past into our lives now.
Join us on this free journey though 15 stations featuring art by Dan Callis, as well as music and prayer and poetry.Enter Anamnesis
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