Good Friday Pilgrimage

The annual Good Friday Pilgrimage is an ecumenical journey of reflection based on the traditional Christian prayer experience called Stations of the Cross or Way of the Cross. It is a tradition, synonymous with Lent, Holy Week, and especially Good Friday. People of many faith traditions join together as One Human Family on this pilgrimage to visit 14 urban Atlanta sites and reflect on Christ’s suffering and the injustices being suffered by the most vulnerable among us today.

Each station includes a reflection that focuses on a specific injustice. Participants are encouraged to listen thoughtfully and discern where they might be called by God to get involved and make a difference. These difficult issues and daily injustices challenge us not only to pray in solidarity with those who are oppressed, but also to be transformed by the love of God.

Questions about an issue?

We are here to help. Please contact Kat Doyle should you wish to schedule a presentation or get additional information on a current issue of social concern. We have abundant resources on many current issues, as well as a speakers list and prepared presentations which we are happy to share with you.

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