Citywide Stations Of The Cross: #Reclaim Holy Week

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Citywide Stations Of The Cross: #Reclaim Holy Week
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On Good Friday, April 3rd, you’re invited to journey across downtown Nashville on foot on a spiritual and political pilgrimage through the Stations of the Cross and ask where Jesus is being condemned and crucified today. The Stations of the Cross originated as a way to help Jesus’ followers retrace his steps to the cross. They often take the form of a spiritual pilgrimage through his suffering and crucifixion, enabling participants to contemplate and enter into the tension of Jesus’ final hours.

Likewise, we’ll journey through our city on a pilgrimage to contemplate what the stations mean for us today and for poor, un-housed, black, and brown bodies in our communities. We’ll visit symbolic places where Jesus and others continue to be betrayed, condemned, helped, consoled, and crucified. *DUE TO THE LIKELIHOOD OF SEVERE STORMS, WE WILL LEAN MORE HEAVILY ON INDOOR LOCATIONS AND WE'LL BEGIN IN THE MAIN SANCTUARY AT DOWNTOWN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (154 5th Ave N., 37219) AT 4:00. THE ENTRANCE IS ON CHURCH ST.* You can park at the Downtown Public Library (615 Church St.), the pay lot beside the church, or at a meter spot (free after 6:00 p.m.)

We plan to conclude between 7:00 and 7:30 p.m. on the steps of the State Capitol (600 Charlotte Ave) if weather permits.
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