Lent, Holy Week & Easter resources

MarkofCrossThere have been considerable downloads to date from The Worship Cloud of Henry Shelton and Jonathan Evens‘ collections of Passion meditations and images, the most popular being The Passion pdf. Use has been made of these collections, often during Lent and Holy Week, at churches including Cafe Church Kingsley, Churches Together in Cleadon, St Gabriel’s Aldersbrook, St John’s Seven Kings and St Margaret’s Barking.

Churches Together in Cleadon used The Passion meditations and images for their Good Friday walk. Lay Anglicana used a Mark of the Cross image for their post of intercessions for the Second Sunday of Easter. Rev. Steve Santry used Mark of the Cross at Cafe Church Kingsley and wrote that its “stunning artwork and thought provoking words will open up the events around Easter in a new and imaginative way.”

Mark of the Cross features 20 poetic meditations by Jonathan Evens on Christ’s journey to the cross and reactions to his resurrection and ascension complemented by a set of semi-abstract watercolours of the Stations of the Cross and the Resurrection created by Henry Shelton.

The Passion: Reflections & Prayers – Pictures, poems and prayers by Henry Shelton and Jonathan Evens enabling us to follow Jesus on his journey to the cross reflecting both on the significance and the pain of that journey.The-Passion

Valerie Dean has recently completed a series of Stations of the Cross, each panel 30cm square on canvas. She would like to lend or donate them to a church that would find them useful in worship. Rosalind Hore and Henry Shelton also have completed series of Stations of the Cross which they would like to place in a church.

Dean - Station 4