Norwich church’s Easter school art project 

LibbyRedmanThis Lent Libby Redman, Creative Arts Youth Worker for St Andrew’s, Eaton is working with a local primary school encouraging pupils to get creative and produce ‘Stations of the Cross’ for public display throughout Holy Week.

Pupils at Eaton Primary School will be creating “Stations of the Cross” in the run-up to Easter this year. The activity will take place during art lessons and the children will be helped by their teachers and St Andrew’s Creative Arts Youth Worker, Libby Redman (pictured).
The final results will be displayed at St Andrew's, Eaton during Holy Week, April 13-20, and the church will be open for people to drop by at any time to see what the children have produced.
Libby Redman said: “This is a great opportunity to share the gospel with children and young people while they have some fun! There are many children and young people that do not know the Bible accounts of Jesus' death and resurrection, so this project has the potential to make a real positive impact in their lives, letting them know the truth about Jesus!”
Members of St Andrew’s youth group, 'Tea, Toast and Truth' as well as young people from the Christian Union at the City of Norwich School (CNS) will also be producing creative stations for display.
St Andrew's Eaton, Church Lane, Eaton, Norwich, NR4 6NW
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