About 150 community and church members gathered on Good Friday to walk, bearing a cross, from to , and commemorate the walk Jesus Christ made prior to his crucifixion.
Clergy members from Long Valley Presbyterian, , , , and were on hand to lead the walk as well as prayer at six stopping points along the route.
The walk’s theme this year was freedom, as clergy prayed for freedom from sin and addictions, and to have the freedom to have faith and have Christ’s love, among other things.
Long Valley Presbyterian Church’s Reverend Aaron Nagle opened the event in his sanctuary, giving the definition of freedom, and adding, “Sin does not have to control you. We pray for freedom from sin.”
The group made stops at , the corner of Bartley and East Mill Roads, the entrance to Patriot’s Path, the , and completed the walk at Zion Lutheran Church.
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