We are pleased to have use of the paintings of Adam Boulter this year, as an aid to our shared a spiritual journey. There will be 14 pieces to help us reflect on the story of Christ that leads to the travesty of his crucifixion. This is a modern reinterpretation of what are traditionally known as the ‘Stations of the Cross’. The pilgrimage progresses through the twelve stations with reflections and prayers after each.
From Easter Sunday 24 April, the 14 and last station, ‘The Resurrection’ will be put out to assist personal devotion. This last station will not be available until that point. This will then be open to the public in the season of Easter from 26 April to 10 June 2011.