This year, we want to acknowledge the many losses that have been endured these past 12 months and provide a safe space for processing grief as part of the Lenten Season. With this and our values of artistry and community collaboration in mind, we invite you to Vox’s Holy Week gallery exhibit titled “Hard Times, Come Again No More”.
For the health and safety of our neighbors, registration is requested, capacity is limited to two households at a time and masks are required at all times.
Virtual Gallery Walkthrough
If you are unable to attend in person, you can view the gallery online.
Holy Week Reflection Guides
Whether attending the gallery in person or online, or focusing on your own practice at home, you are welcome to use the following reflections to help focus your attention as we make our way through the week.
Maundy Thursday traditionally commemorates the foot washing and last supper of Jesus with his disciples. It is rooted in the instruction that Jesus gave his disciples to “Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.”
Good Friday traditionally commemorates the day on which Christ was crucified. This guide includes a reflection on the stations of the cross and invites you to meditate on the ways God is inviting parts of us to die while creating space for new life to occur.
Traditionally the Holy Saturday vigil lasted through the night until the dawn of Easter when the 40-day fast is broken with communion. The theme of this vigil is a “seed buried in the ground”.