This weekend ArtWay have circulated information about 'Mark of the Cross' to those on their mailing list. Look out too for an extract and image from 'Mark of the Cross' as their Ascension meditation following Ascension Day.
Jonathan Evens will be using the 'Mark of the Cross' meditations and images in the three hour devotion at St Margaret's Barking from 12 noon on Good Friday.
Mark of the Cross is a book of 20 poetic meditations on Christ’s journey
to the cross and reactions to his resurrection and ascension. These meditations
focus on the mark of the cross in his life and body and were originally written
as part of a community
arts project in Hertford. They are complemented by a set of semi-abstract
watercolours of the Stations of the Cross and the Resurrection created by Henry
'Mark of the Cross' is available via twelve baskets as a pdf book, a powerpoint presentation and as individual images. They are ideal for use within Lent, Passiontide, Holy Week and Easter services. The PowerPoint would work well with background music played whilst the viewers meditate on the imagery and words.
In a similar vein see the website of St Pauls Goodmayes for images from Henry Shelton's Stations of the Crown of Thorns, a c4m commission for the church, together with meditations by parish priest Fr. Benjamin Rutt-Field.