Prayer path leads through the church

The invitation goes out to the community to participate in a "Prayer Path to Easter," the final service is this evening between 7 and 9 p.m. at the Knotts Memorial United Methodist Church in Grantsville.

Pastor Mary Zimmer says participants will follow the prayer path from station to station, with "each station leading you through an interactive reflection of the last days of Jesus' life on earth - from the Last Supper to the tomb."

A candle, Bible and chain offer a time to reflect

Another station for reflection and prayer

Pastor Zimmer says this is a "come and go type of prayer service." It will take about 45 minutes to walk the path.

"This is a unique opportunity to reflect on Christ's journey to the cross," said Zimmer. "We are hopeful you will open your heart, mind and soul to the leading of the Holy Spirit...and will be blessed."

Knott's Memorial on Main Street, Grantsville

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