Stations of the Cross with reflections on the time of Pandemic

10th April 2020

These Stations of the Cross have been written during the Coronavirus Pandemic. As we journey with Jesus to the cross, we notice many vivid echoes and resonances for us at this time – most especially that Jesus does not abandon us in grief, stress or suffering, but profoundly understands us. And along his journey – as in ours – there is cast of characters that appear on the road, offering moments of soothing and generous relief in the midst of agony and distress.  

These Stations of the Cross can be used in private prayer, at any time; each Station contains the Scripture that directly relates to it, or – where there is no direct mention in Scripture – another relevant and inspiring passage from the Bible.

The Stations were prayed and streamed live from the grounds of Walsingham House at Abbotswick on Good Friday morning and the video is now available on Facebook at if it helps you to follow the Stations in this way. The video is also on Instagram BrentwoodCYS.

The booklet for the Stations is here, as a PDF to print or download: Stations of the Cross with reflections on the CoronaVirus pandemic. You are very welcome to share it wherever it may be useful.