Name: Journey to the Cross and Beyond
Dates: Saturday April 4, Sunday April 5
Time: 3 – 7 pm each day, tours every 30 minutes
Where: Campion Academy Campus, 300 SW 42nd Street, Loveland, CO 80537
How to get there: From highway 2887 you will turn west at the light at highway 60/42nd Street SW and cross
Garfield and the railroad tracks. The Campion Academy campus is immediately on your left. From Taft Avenue,
you will go south to the light at 42nd Street SW and turn east for about a mile.
What: You will be invited into the Campion Church sanctuary until your ticket number is called. While you wait there will be Easter music and readings. Then you will be led to “Jerusalem,” an interactive middle-eastern village of the first century so that you can see and feel what it might have been like during the Passover weekend and the first Easter. After your tour of Jerusalem you are invited to go the Fellowship Hall where there will be the largest display of Roman artifacts in northeast Colorado: a display of first century Roman coins, crucifixion artifacts, and other Roman and Jewish antiquities. And there will be refreshments there as well.
Cost: The program is free but each guest is asked to bring at least one non-perishable food item to donate to the Loveland House of Neighborly Service.
Reservations: You must have a ticket showing at what time you will be able to begin your Journey to the Cross and Beyond. For ticketing, call (970) 667-5592 Monday through Friday, 8:30am to noon, or go online to rmcyouth.org/journey
Handicap accessibility: Everything is handicap accessible.