DART Stations of the Cross: The blog from Church in the Cliff

We profiled Church in the Cliff‘s latest idea integrating art, worship and social justice in this piece in the April Oak Cliff Advocate. DART Stations of the cross, a "community response art installation", will start at the Mockingbird rail station and end at the Westmoreland rail station on Good Friday (April 10) from 4-8 p.m.

Read more at the church’s new blog devoted to this exploration of Good Friday through meditation and mass transit. The church will soon post a meditation guide through the stations for partcipants to use, and will also post a conversation leading up to Good Friday on its blog.

In the magazine artcicle, I mentioned the Collaboratory, another effort by Church in the Cliff. Some new developments have taken place since I first spoke to community pastor Courtney Pinkerton last month, and I’ll be writing more about this on Back Talk Oak Cliff soon.


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