Virtual Stations on a Journey

Posted on by Tania Birtwistle
On 27 March to 13 April Holy Trinity, Blythburgh was due to welcome back a remarkable set of paintings by Mark Cazalet of the Stations of the Cross – they were first shown in Holy Trinity in 2000, as part of a Suffolk-wide millennium exhibition. With the church closed, this has had to be cancelled.
 
We are delighted to be able to share these paintings on the Blythburgh website,  thanks to Ro Williams’ technical wizardry. We hope that these meditative works will offer you a means of making your own journey towards Easter and beyond.