Stations of the Cross at Grampound with Creed










Walk the Stations of the Cross at St.Crida's church on Wednesday 12th April.

Starting at 10.00am with coffee in the back of the church we will set off at around 10.30am to follow a route around both churchyard and church.

The Stations of the Cross were invented by the medieval church to give those parishioners who were unable to undertake expensive, lengthy journeys to the Holy Land, the opportunity to complete a more manageable pilgrimage.

Our journey will be comparatively easy and there are several garden seats along the way. Please wear sensible shoes in case the grass is a little wet and bring a jacket or coat. If the weather is poor we will do the journey around the inside of the church and the heating will be on!

When we have finished our pilgrimage there will be a free bowl of home made soup and a bread roll for everyone before we head for home. We expect to finish by 1.30pm at the latest.


From Grampound on the A390 take the turning  to Creed directly opposite the Dolphin Inn. Continue on the road for just under a mile and St.Crida's Church is

on a slight bend on the right hand side of the road.. There is a carpark inside the double gates and if that is full its possible to park on the road itself .

There is a toilet adjacent to the car park.

We would be delighted to welcome you.


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