Good Friday




Photo by Rhonda Sanders

Photo by Rhonda Sanders

FLINT TWP.— For more than 2,000 years, millions of Christians have walked the Via Dolorosa, aka the Road of Sorrow, which traces the path that Jesus Christ trod on the final days of His earthly life. Likewise, last Friday many of the faithful visited the chapel of the West Flint Church of the Nazarene on Dye Road for its annual display of the Stations of the Cross which are 14 depictions of moments from the end of Jesus’ life including him carrying the cross and his body delivered to his mother. Chairs positioned around the perimeter of the chapel allowed visitors to sit and ponder the depictions while reading from a provided description and prayer booklet pertaining to each station. A large wooden cross surrounded by several burning candles was erected in the middle of the room for individual reflective prayers and taking communion.


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