The lesser known Stations of the Resurrection allow us to meditate on Christ’s appearances leading up to Pentecost.
Like the Stations of the Cross, we move from station to station drawing on Bible passages, art, poetry and liturgy to deepen our appreciation of these events. We use the resurrection appearances as a focus for reflection, taking the opportunity to celebrate the Easter mysteries of the resurrection of our Lord.
There’s time for personal prayer and contemplation. We will lunch together using the ecumenical Agape Meal liturgy.
We are grateful to Rev. Iain McKillop for loaning works of art for use as stations.
Iain McKillop is a painter, priest and art-historian working mainly in the field of Christian religious art. He regularly exhibits artworks in many cathedrals and churches, with permanent works in Gloucester Cathedral, Bury St. Edmunds, Mirfield, Ewell and Aldershot. He is a regular retreat leader, speaker and writer on issues of faith, art and art history.
Iain is also leading an informal talk on how artists have depicted the Passion, Resurrection and Pentecost. Click here for details.
Andrew Falconer and Rev. Iain Mckillop
£25 including light lunch and all materials
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