THE STATIONS

The Stations is an artistic project reflecting on the Stations of the Cross and the suffering of Jesus through images and stories of today's refugees.

The traditional ‘stations of the cross’ are a series of 14 images depicting the stages of Christ’s journey on Good Friday.

This unique photographic study by creative director Marksteen Adamson, in collaboration with Premier Christianity magazine, is a parallel journey retold through the lives and stories of the refugees he met and befriended in Calais, Lebanon and the UK. 

 

'The Making of the Stations'

Retrace the journey leading to The Stations in the May issue of Premier Christianity magazine, featuring exclusive behind-the-scenes stories, colour photos and Station 15: Resurrection - the encouraging end to one refugee's story.

If you haven't yet requested a free sample copy of Premier Christianity, get the May issue here.

 

Preview photos from the project using the sliding image gallery below...

The Stations

 

For more information about the exhibition and further ways to get involved visit www.thestations.org.uk

Read about 'The Making of the Stations' in the May issue of Premier Christianity magazine. More

The main exhibition of The Stations at St Martin-in-the Fields has now ended, but there will be several local exhibitions across the UK in the coming months. Check back for updates. More

Creative director Marksteen Adamson met and made friends with many of the refugees he photographed in Lebanon, Calais and the UK. Read some of their stories in his own words. More

The Stations is an artistic project reflecting on the Stations of the Cross and the suffering of Jesus through images and stories of today's refugees.  More

If you or your church want to further engage with The Stations, there are a variety of ways of doing so. More