The all Fulton community Good Friday Cross Walk, March 29, will begin at 10:30 a.m.
in the parking lot of Holy Trinity Parish, 309 Buffalo St., Fulton.
Rev. Mark Kimpland will lead in the opening of the walk.
Walkers will take turns carrying a large wooden cross in the downtown section of the city of Fulton.
A total of ten stations of the cross will be observed. Each station will include scripture,
prayer and the singing of a hymn.
This walk returns to and remembers the ‘way of the cross’ that our Lord traveled on his journey to the place of his crucifixion.
The Cross Walk will conclude about noon at its final destination, First United Church of Fulton, 33 S. Third St.
Everyone who has taken part in the walk and has provided assistance to walkers will
be welcomed to a soup and bread lunch provided by the board of deacons of First United Church.
There is no cost for the luncheon.
The Cross Walk is sponsored annually by The Greater Fulton Area Council of Christian Churches.
It is made up of those member congregations who support ecumenical programs that include the annual Michaud Memorial Service, the Community Thanksgiving Worship service, and the annual Crop Walk which raises funds for world hunger, and for local food pantries.
For further information about the Greater Fulton Area Council of Christian Churches and the Good Friday Cross Walk, please contact the Council of Churches President, Rev. David Nethercott (592-2707 / [email protected]).