Stations of Unity
Stations of Unity
Welcome to the Stations of Unity! These 7 stations are our response to a year of tension as we’ve lived through the pandemic and also to the violence and frustration we have seen through systemic racism and other hate crimes. As people of faith – all faiths – we are called to heal broken relationships and build a community that cares for all of creation with love, compassion, mercy and justice.
These images and meditations from the Hebrew Bible, the Christian Bible, and the Quran invite us to reflect on how much stronger we are together than when we are divided. We hope and pray that these Stations of Unity will help you center on how God calls us to care for one another as we embrace diversity and celebrate what unites us.
As we flow through Jewish Passover, Christian Holy Week and Easter and enter into the Muslim holy days of Ramadan, may we remember that we are all children of God, invited into relationship with one another and stronger because of our willingness to work together united.
12308 Folkstone Dr. We encourage you to approach this house from Fox Mill, going toward West Ox, so the house will be on your right. You are welcome to turn around in the driveway.
12245 Westwood Hills Dr. This road ends in a cul de sac. Go to the end and turn around. House will be on your right just past Bronzegate.
3011 Leefield Dr. Turn right onto Castlevine. Turn left onto Richland Ln. Turn right onto Leefield. Turn right onto Bennett. Turn left onto Pine Oaks Way. Turn left onto Leefield. This will put the house on your right and face you in the correct direction for the next station.
11731 Quay Rd. This road ends in a cul de sac. Go to the end and turn around. The house will be on your right.
3124 Cobb Hill Ln. The house will be on your left. You are welcome to turn around at the top of the driveway so you are facing the correct direction to view the image.
11528 Vale Rd. (Vale United Methodist Church) Station 6 will be on your right as you come up the driveway.
The labyrinth is also at the church. Go to the back of the lot where you will find a field. The Labyrinth is located in that field. Please be sure to listen to the recording before entering the labyrinth!
We hope that you have found the Stations of Unity to be a meaningful experience. We invite you to share your reflections in the comments. May God bless you!