Stations of the Cross

We journey with Christ to the cross, alongside a mixture of Christians from the West Midlands who bring their own personal reflection to what a particular station means to them.

There are 14 stations of the cross, which are based at St Chad's Cathedral in Birmingham.



1. Christ is condemned to death - Fr Timothy Menezes Dean of St Chad's Cathedral





2. The cross is laid upon him - Lianne Pap, Diocesan Marriage and Family Life Co-ordinator





3. His first fall - Jane Roberts, Director of JC Journeys, taking people on pilgrimages around the world





4. He meets His Blessed Mother - Natalie Orefice, Advisor for Parish Evangelisation in Archdiocese of Birmingham





5. Simon of Cyrene is made to bear the cross - Sister Noreen Cullen, from Sisters of Mercy Convent in  Handsworth Birmingham





6. Christ's face is wiped by Vernonica - Revd Cham Kaur Mann, Baptist Minister and Director of Next Leadership





7. His second fall - Bishop Mike Royal - Co Chief Executive of the Cinnamon Network





8. He meets the women of Jerusalem - Deacon Kerry Scarlett, Methodist Church





9. His third fall - Sister Brenda Murphy - Sisters of Mercy Convent





10. He is stripped off his garments - Abigail Martin, Project Manager of St Chad's Sanctuary





11. His crucixio - Pastor Mark Ryan, Birmingham City Church



12. His death on the cross - Paul Northam, Evangelisation Field Worker



13. His body is taken down from the cross - Sister Brigid McNallayrsm, Sisters of Mercy





14. His body is laid in the tomb - Fr Timothy Menezesm Dean of St Chad's Cathedral