Lisa Richmond, parish administrator, holds one of the pieces she cross-stitched for All Saints’ Episcopal Church’s homegrown Stations of the Cross project. The 14 stations, depicting the path Jesus took through his crucifixion and burial, were created by members of the Richland church.
Lisa Richmond, parish administrator, holds one of the pieces she cross-stitched for All Saints’ Episcopal Church’s homegrown Stations of the Cross project. The 14 stations, depicting the path Jesus took through his crucifixion and burial, were created by members of the Richland church. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Lisa Richmond, parish administrator, holds one of the pieces she cross-stitched for All Saints’ Episcopal Church’s homegrown Stations of the Cross project. The 14 stations, depicting the path Jesus took through his crucifixion and burial, were created by members of the Richland church. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

Richland church debuts homegrown Stations of the Cross

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