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Stations of the Cross Walk

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Due to government restrictions, the traditional Good Friday Walk of Witness cannot take place this year.

As an alternative, representatives from Churches Together in Haddenham have prepared a Stations of the Cross walk suitable for individuals, families and household bubbles to complete on one or more daily walks at any time during Holy Week from Monday 29th March to Good Friday 2nd April.

The signposted circular route of approx 3 miles will contain 14 pictures of the story of Jesus Christ's arrest, trial, suffering and finally His crucifixion.

Everyone is welcome to take part, stopping at each Station to view the images and to spend quiet time in personal reflection or prayer.

The walk starts and finishes at Churchend and a map can be downloaded from this webpage (see PDF) to view on your own device.

Alternatively a limited number of paper copies are available from Blooming Fruity.

A laminated copy of the map will also be displayed at each Station.

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