Illustrated Stations of the Cross List for Kids (and Adults) Post Preview: Help children (and adults) follow along with the Stations of the Cross at church or at home with this illustrated list available in both black and white and in color. This list includes both a 14 Stations of the Cross list and a 15 Stations of the Cross list.
While I was thinking about my Simple Stations of the Cross Free Printable List the other day, I thought about how nice it would be to have an illustrated version. While I have lots of other Stations of the Cross printables, I liked how that one was all contained on a single sheet of paper.
So, I started to play around to see if I could make a single page guide that would still be readable and wouldn’t make the illustrations way too small. I am very excited about what I put together!
I’m also excited that this new printable One Page Illustrated Stations of the Cross List is great not just for kids, but also for preteens, teens, and adults.
Note: The form or link to get the Illustrated Stations of the Cross List is available much farther down in the post.
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Illustrated Stations of the Cross List for Kids (and Adults)
The illustrated list comes in both black and white and color. There is also a version for each that has 14 Stations of the Cross and 15 Stations of the Cross. That way, you can use the version that is your preferred version or your church’s preferred version.
These lists would be wonderful to print on white cardstock or the color of your choice, if you are using a black and white version. Of course, you can always use regular printer paper as well. No matter which paper type you choose, you might even want to laminate your list!
Is This a Stations of the Cross Coloring Page?
If you are looking for Stations of the Cross coloring pages for younger kids, even as old as early elementary school, I would recommend that you look at my printable Stations of the Cross for Children post. It includes both a paid and free version. In all of the versions included in the bundle, the graphics are a size that is more suited to younger children coloring them.
Now, that said, this would actually make an excellent Stations of the Cross coloring page for teens, tweens, and even older elementary students. Adults might also like to color in the black and white version.
If you are using this as a Stations of the Cross coloring page for teens and older children, I would recommend using sharpened colored pencils or fine tip markers (or even these Paper Mate Flair Markers). To be able to fit all of these on the same page, the illustrations are small and could be frustrating to color if not using a smaller tipped coloring utensil.
Stations of the Cross Included on the Lists
Stations included on the Stations of the Cross list illustrated printable:
1st Station: Jesus is condemned to death.
2nd Station: Jesus accepts the cross.
3rd Station: Jesus falls the first time.
4th Station: Jesus meets His mother.
5th Station: Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus carry His cross.
6th Station: Veronica wipes the face of Jesus.
7th Station: Jesus falls the second time.
8th Station: Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem
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9th Station: Jesus falls a third time.
10th Station: Jesus is stripped of His clothes.
11th Station: Jesus is crucified.
12th Station: Jesus dies on the cross.
13th Station: The body of Jesus is taken down from the cross.
14th Station: Jesus is laid in the tomb.
On one version of the black and white and color Stations of the Cross List, there is also:
15th Station: Jesus is raised from the dead.
Other Stations of the Cross Resources
1. This download is free for personal or classroom use for email subscribers.
2. Non-subscribers can purchase these Stations of the Cross Illustrated Guides for personal or classroom use. If it is used for multiple classrooms or large groups, everyone should purchase that licensing.
3. The illustrated guide may be put into church bulletins or newsletters, but the copyright credit line must be included and you must purchase a large group/multiple classroom use license before you put it into a bulletin or newsletter. Note: It cannot be included in a publication that is larger than a single school or parish without first contacting me to discuss details and costs.
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