On Friday, April 2, 2021, St. Martin’s will host an outdoor Stations of the Cross. We will begin at St. Martin’s parking lot at 1 p.m., and walk the 14 Stations of the Cross together until we reach the park.
We will join Christians worldwide who remember Jesus’ Crucifixion on what is called Good Friday. We believe Jesus’ death conquered death itself: that is the only reason why the Friday on which he died can be called “good.” Even while we are sobered by the gospel stories describing Jesus’ death and are deeply saddened by the ongoing hatred and violence in our world, we hold onto the faith that God has brought about a new creation in Jesus Christ. Before we celebrate Jesus Resurrection on Easter Day, we reflect on His death that led to the miracle of salvation for all. By walking the Way of the Cross, we walk in Jesus’ Way of Love.
Where ever you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome at St. Martin’s. We hope that all who join us will feel the love of God in the peace of this solemn spiritual pilgrimage, and in the welcome of St. Martin’s faith community. Due to the coronavirus restrictions, we ask that all who join in outdoor services wear masks, use hand sanitizer and social distance six feet between family units. We all want to do our part to keep everyone safe, especially our most vulnerable.