Stations of the Cross Sign Up Form

We look forward to a very rich time over this Lenten season – particularly as we pray the “Stations of the Cross” followed by “Got Soup?” where we share fellowship with a simple dinner of soup, salad, and bread, and refreshments.  

Last year, we usually hosted 40 participants. We need nine participants each Friday evening to make the night a success:  

  • 1 Host to coordinate our meatless dinner (soup, salad, bread, refreshments, no dessert). The parish will supply bowls, flatware, etc.
  • 3 Assistants to work with host, to prepare food at home, set up and clean up, in Ignatian Hall (commitment – 5:30 pm. – 7:15 pm) 
  • 2 Leaders/Readers (prayerfully read prepared “Stations of the Cross” script) 
  • 2 Candle bearers
  • 1 Cross bearer

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