Good Friday

Stations of the Cross

April 2, 2021 12 PM
Outdoors on the Church Grounds


Join us on Good Friday at 12:00 PM for Stations of the Cross. This service will take place in person on the church grounds and will involve walking between stations.

Stations of the Cross is a meaningful way to contemplate, and enter more fully into, the mystery of Jesus' passion and death. It helps us experience Jesus' final journey through prayer, Scripture, reflection, and movement as we walk from station to station.

Important Information

  • To ensure everyone's safety we will be implementing a variety of safety protocols (see details below).

  • In order to participate you must register no later than Thursday, April 1.

Safety Protocols

To ensure everyone's safety, the following protocols will be strictly observed without exception:

  • The service is being held entirely outdoors

  • Everyone must bring and wear a mask

  • Social distancing between families of at least 6-feet

  • Attendance will be limited

  • Attendees must confirm health status questions upon arrival (see below)

Health Status Questions

When you arrive, the following questions will be presented on a poster for each participant to acknowledge. If you cannot affirm each question, please do not attend that morning so as to protect others.

  1. I have not had 2 or more of the following symptoms of COVID-19 in the past 14 days (fever, shortness of breath or difficulty, breathing, chills, persistent cough, flu-like symptoms, diarrhea or intestinal upset, fatigue, sore throat, headache, muscle pain, recent loss of taste or smell)

  2. I have not been in contact with anyone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 (identified in #1) in the past 14 days.

  3. I have not tested positive for COVID-19, nor am I awaiting test results, nor have I tested positive and have not subsequently had complete resolution of COVID-19 symptoms.

  4. I will immediately notify the pastor if, after attending this event, I develop 2 or more symptoms of COVID-19, will avoid contact with others, and will seek medical attention.