From March 21 to April 4, Wake Forest Baptist Church is hosting a Stations of the Cross experience – a unique and interactive devotional journey in preparation for Easter. Follow the story of Jesus’ own journey to the cross and the celebration of his resurrection with the use of 15 illustrated images on display and an accompanying devotional guide. This experience is intended to be prayerful and reflective and you are invited to come as you are, at any time, and as often as you’d like.
Embark on this spiritual journey at the WFBC offices where each of the 15 stations will be on display and devotional guides will be available. The accompanying Reflection Guide walks you through all fifteen of the scriptural Stations of the Cross with meaningful reflections for all ages – children, youth, and adults alike.
Each of the fifteen devotionals includes the following:
- A prompt with the scripture listed for each station
- A reflection that is geared toward youth and adults
- A short reflection on the scripture for children
- Questions for children
- A “Going Deeper” section with questions for all ages
Ready to start? Download the Reflection Guide or stop by the first Station to pick up a hard copy.
Where is the Stations of the Cross experience located?
In front of the WFBC office house, located at 118 E. South Ave in Wake Forest.
How can I get a copy of the devotion?
- Hard copies will be available at the first Station
- A copy of that booklet can be viewed on your phone or computer by clicking here
- Use the camera on your phone to scan a QR code displayed at the first Station
What if I cannot make it to the church offices to view the Stations of the Cross?
A virtual experience is available! This is also a good option if you have enjoyed the Stations but are interested in digging deeper for further reflection. Download the Digital Devotion Guide to be viewed on your phone or computer or printed out at home. The images displayed at the Stations of the Cross outside the church offices can be viewed by clicking here. Use these images as you work your way through the Digital Devotion Guide.
For what ages is the Stations of the Cross appropriate?
The devotion is designed to be enjoyed by participants of all ages. If you have younger kids, you can download black and white coloring sheets to encourage their involvement and understanding. Those pages can be downloaded here.
What if I have more questions?
Contact Ryan Wilson: firstname.lastname@example.org