Contemporary Artists Interpret Stations of the Cross at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Arlington

By Editorial Team on February 26, 2020
Courtesy of St. Michael’s Episcopal Church.
Reception: Sunday, March 1 from 4pm to 6pm

Exhibiting Artists

  • Anne Cherubim
  • Kathleen Stark
  • Lisa Harkins
  • Suzanne Stryk
  • Wil Harkins
  • Ann Tracy
  • James B. Janknegt
  • Page Turner
  • Pauline Kusiak
  • Zephren Turner
  • Carol Lukitsch
  • Pamela H. Viola
  • Terry Peckarsky
  • Cindy Warkentin
  • Robin Maria Pedrero
  • Angela White
  • Elise Ritter
  • Evy Wilkins

Special Guest
Victoria Emily Jones, Art & Theology
Come meet and talk with the artists, who represent the District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Virginia, and Texas. Each artist has created for this group exhibition a unique, contemporary artwork interpreting a Station of the Cross.

A liturgical devotion to the Passion of Christ, each Station of the Cross marks a specific event at the end of Jesus’s life, from the time of his condemnation to his burial. The journey Jesus made is known as the “Way of the Cross” or “Way of Sorrows.” The exhibit is on view until April 3.

The Practice of Praying the Stations
Opportunities are available to pray the “Way of the Cross” at St. Michael’s: Wednesday Evening, March 4 and March 25, 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., and Friday Morning, March 13 and March 20, 11:30-1:00 p.m. Prayer booklets available.

Questions? Contact Maureen Doallas

Parish Hall, St. Michael’s Episcopal Church is located at 1132 N. Ivanhoe St., Arlington, VA.