NewsInteractive Stations of the Cross

Wednesday, March 27 at 7:00PM
Community UCC Fellowship Hall (in person)

At each of the fourteen stations, we will prayerfully memorialize and visualize the journey of Christ to the Cross. At the gathering, we will use reflections written by Tatum Tricarico, the L’Arche NC Disability Justice and Theology intern from Duke Divinity School. These reflections will invite us to experience the stations of the Cross from a distinct Disability theology perspective. This will inform us about the joys and sorrows of the Disabled community, allow us to notice the unique ways that God is at work from a Disability perspective, and give us the opportunity to pray for God to help us move beyond the Ableism and discrimination that are often present. We will travel through these stations in solidarity with Disabled people and with a deep trust that Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection open up a sense of our own calling to live amidst the joys and sorrows of others.

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