Join other Christian pilgrims to walk and pray following the footsteps of Jesus on his way to the cross at Pathways Retreat, 309 ½ Hackett Road, Goshen, April 16-19. The traditional 14 stations were designed and handcrafted of colorful mosaic by local artist and teacher, John Nafziger. However, the cross is not the end of the story.
On Sunday, April 20 through the 50 days of Easter, seven Stations of the Resurrection will mark the risen Christ’s appearances from dawn of the first Easter through the ascension. These new stations are ceramic tiles made from watercolor paintings by local artist and spiritual director, Sylvie Gudin. In addition to the mosaic and watercolor artwork, scripture and reflections accompany each station. These walks through the woods to contemplate Jesus’ journey to the cross and celebrate his resurrection appeal to all ages—children, youth, and adults. Come during daylight hours. Call or text staff at 574-333-1822 for use of a golf cart.
See www.pathwaysretreat.org for photos and more information.