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.