GOOD FRIDAY SEVEN LAST WORDS/STATIONS OF THE CROSS
Garrison Doles', This Crown of Thorns, illustrated by Jan Richardson's charcoal drawings in the video Listening at the Cross: The Seven Last Words of Christ
Openings: Lent, 2022 invites participants to explore the same complex and challenging feelings Jesus experienced in his final days. Wonder Stations enables households or congregations to develop a Stations of the Cross for Good Friday that can be shared in homes, church buildings or outside.
Liturgies for Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Stations of the Cross (Good Friday), Easter Vigil, and Easter Morning are on their way!
The Ministry Lab's Holy Week Liturgies include Palm Sunday, Holy Week Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, which are preparatory activities for Good Friday's Stations of the Cross (and an Intro for Leaders), a list of Maundy Thursday suggestions, and full liturgies for Easter Vigil and Easter Morning.
Rev. Elsa Cook's This Year: An Easter Pageant for a Pandemic Year
Stations of the Cross Worship Videos, along with the included liturgical script and reflection booklet, allow you to create an interactive, virtual and contemplative Stations of the Cross worship experience.
Illustrated Ministry's Good News: An Easter Pageant is designed to meet your Easter pageant needs. It is designed to be an expandable, shrinkable, pre-recordable, Zoom-able, intergenerational pageant that can be adapted to your setting, no matter what is happening in the world.
Glenys Nellist offers a lovely adaptation of her new children's book as an Easter Pageant.
Church Publishing offers both a Passion Play and an Easter Walk.