Introducing Two New Featured Artists

St. Paul’s is proud to welcome two new artists to be featured in this year’s Art of the Passion.

Mary Beth Button is well-known for her series of the Stations of the Cross addressing mental illness and other social issues, which have been featured in Christian Century magazine. She is a graduate of Tisch School of arts at NYU and is currently pursuing a Master of Theological Studies at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University.

Cynthia Young has worked in the creative arts for over 30 years and presently serves as the Executive Director of the Sullivan Munce Cultural Center. As an artist who works across a variety of media, she enjoys participating in projects that “allow her to expand her creativity and innovation.”

Art of the Passion is a unique art exhibit that commemorates Christ’s passion & resurrection by bringing together the creative work of several artists into a single, meditative gallery walk. For more information about this year’s exhibit, see below.

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This year, Art of the Passion will feature two sets of the stations.  Leading up to Good Friday, Stations of the Cross invites visitors to a deeper experience of story of Christ’s journey to the cross.  Then on Easter Sunday, Stations of the Light picks up the story with the Resurrection, and guides visitors along the disciples’ journey with Jesus to Pentecost.

The exhibit is hosted by St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Frankfort, Indiana

Stations of the Cross

March 21 – April 3

Sundays: 12 pm – 3 pm

Monday – Friday: 4pm – 8 pm

Saturday: 10am – 4 pm

Stations of the Light

April 5 – April 18

Sundays: 12 pm – 3 pm

Monday – Friday: 4pm – 8 pm

Saturday: 10am – 4 pm

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