Warner Robins church presents “Journey to the Cross”

awoolen@macon.comMarch 27, 2013 

WARNER ROBINS -- Mount Calvary Lutheran Church is trying to bring the meaning of Easter to life.

From 2-4 p.m. Saturday, it will host a “Journey to the Cross” experience that tells the tale of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion.

The tour starts with a room depicting Palm Sunday and ends in a room with an empty tomb. Congregation members will act in some of the rooms.

In one of the rooms, the lights are out, and there is only a black light.

Youth Pastor Peter LeBorious said that room represents sin.

People are asked to put a pebble in their shoe to represent the way sin is always with a person.

At the end of the journey, the pebble is put in a fountain near the cross where the sin is washed away.

“It is a real basic way to explain the Christian faith,” he said.

The tour is suitable for both children and adults. The church is located at 336 Carl Vinson Parkway.

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