On Sunday, April 4 through the 50 days of Easter, seven Stations of the Resurrection will be placed along the trail in our 17-acre woods. These stations mark the risen Christ’s appearances from dawn of the first Easter morning through the ascension.
These stations are ceramic tiles made from watercolor paintings by local artist and spiritual director, Sylvie Gudin. In addition to the ceramic tile, scripture and reflections accompany each station.
This walk through the woods appeals to all ages—children, youth, and adults.
Stations of the Resurrection note cards are available for purchase by contacting one of the directors. The cost is $3 each or all seven for $18
This year our long-time tradition of the Station of the Cross and Resurrection will be available two different ways.
1. On our Website
Photos of the artwork and accompanying meditation will be on our website so you can “walk the stations” in your own home. Stations of the Resurrection will be posted the whole Easter season, from April 4 through May 22.
2. In our Woods
Because the Stations are well-dispersed along the main trail located on 10 acres of land and because being outdoors is good for the soul, the Stations will be placed in the woods as they normally are with the same dates noted above.
Everyone is asked to wear masks and keep at least 6 feet away from guests not in your group.
Whether you choose to walk the stations online or in the woods, there is no cost. However, donations made through our website or placed in the donation box attached to the retreat house, are gratefully received.