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Holy Week Journey to the Cross drive begins in Columbia

By Maggie Coleman

Columbia United Methodist Church is organizing a Columbia to Journey to the Cross Drive around Columbia. You can prepare your heart and mind for Easter and get out of the house while maintaining the necessary physical distance!

Throughout Holy Week, starting today, Palm Sunday, feel welcome to drive from station to station, reminding you and your family of the steps leading to Christ's death and His resurrection on Easter morning.

The drive will begin at the front of Columbia UMC located across from Save-a-Lot at 202 Burkesville Street. Directions to the next station will be located on each sign. Blessings and health to you this Easter season!




This story was posted on 2020-04-05 15:59:20
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Journey to the Cross first stop, the Last Supper



2020-04-08 - Columbia - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
The first stop in the Columbia United Methodist Church Journey to the Cross tells of The Last Supper, Matthew 26: 26-30. The drive around town is designed to help prepare hearts and minds in the steps leading to Christ's death and His resurrection. The drive begins in front of Columbia UMC, 202 Burkesville Street. Directions to the next station are on each sign.

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Journey to the Cross second stop, The Garden



2020-04-09 - Columbia - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
The second stop in the Columbia United Methodist Church's Journey to the Cross is on East Guardian Street - The Garden of Gethsemane. Throughout Holy Week people are welcome to drive from station to station following steps leading to Christ's death and His resurrection on Easter morning. This stop is in front of Carol and Gene Weddle's home.

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