Stations of the Cross is a series of art displays depicting the story of Jesus’ sacrificial death as written in the Gospel of Matthew. All are welcome to come to the Life Center and walk through the series of displays anytime between 7:00 AM and 10:00 PM.
We will gather together from 6:30-7:30 PM to remember Jesus’ sacrificial death for us on the cross. This service will take place outside in the dirt parking lot on the west side of campus, near the three giant crosses. Bring chairs to sit on; we will have limited spare chairs available. Childcare will be available for children birth-four years old.
In 2022, we are reading through the entirety of the Bible together. The Word of God has always been central to the people of God. In Deuteronomy 31:12, Moses commanded that at the end of every seven years, God’s people were to gather and have the whole of Scripture read over them. We wanted to start establishing that rhythm in our community. God’s Word is transforming and powerful; we know He will do incredible things in and through us as we consistently strive to spend time in His Word. We encourage you to pick up wherever we’re at and dive in.
For the daily reading plan and resources, download our app on Apple or Google Play, go to our Read the Bible webpage or snag a bookmark on a Sunday morning.
The Red Mountain Art Gallery is a space on our campus to reflect and ponder the work of our artist community. As our church seeks to Read the Bible in its entirety over the course of this year, our art gallery will feature exhibits that parallel our reading. It is our prayer that this gallery will foster meditation on scripture in a unique way and create space to engage with the Lord and each other through visual art.
The gallery space can be accessed from the lower parking lot through an exterior door of the Gym building just East of the main entrance. The gallery is open for viewing each week, Sunday through Thursday.
Interested in contributing your art?
Red Mountain artists of various skill levels and mediums are invited to submit artwork for display in one or more of the exhibits. To submit your art or get more information, please email Joe Hughes at [email protected]. Take a look at this list of upcoming exhibits and see what you are inspired to create:
- The Pentateuch (February 6-March 27)
- Wisdom & Poetry (April 3-June 5)
- The Prophets (June 12-August 14)
- The Gospels (August 21-October 9)
- Acts and the Epistles (October 16-November 20)
- Apocalyptic Literature (November 27-January 1)
This art gallery is made possible through a Vital Worship Grant from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, Grand Rapids, Michigan, with funds provided by Lilly Endowment Inc.