The Stations of the Cross serve many purposes for a parish. They are works of art, teaching tools, a call to reflection, an opportunity to relive some of the most poignant moments that shaped the Church. And when one considers how those fundamental and essential pieces of art support the overall aesthetic and spiritual environment of your sacred space, you realize the need for an expert with historical knowledge and liturgical perspective to provide educated guidance.
Whether you are completing a restoration project, a new installation or even a complete new church, you will want the style and size of the Stations to reflect the physical and spiritual environment that surrounds it. At King Richard’s you’ll discover hundreds of styles of Stations in a variety of mediums from rescued traditional pieces crafted at the turn of the century to new Stations constructed by members of our artisan team. If you want your sanctuary to reflect its turn-of-the-century roots and heritage, browse through our inventory. Building a new church and want to incorporate images and symbols reflective of your evolving faith community? Research our vast archives for ideas on how to incorporate iconography into your design. Need a facelift for a formerly glorious set still in use? Call King Richard’s to refurbish and restore their faded beauty. We have the technical know-how and the liturgical design knowledge to restore or replicate Stations from the 1800s to the present in any material.
To learn why King Richard’s is trusted by more religious institutions than any other company, view our online gallery. We have restored or crafted high-end Stations of the Cross and arranged for their delivery and installation in many of the world’s most important religious facilities. We look forward to adding your facility to our ever-growing family of satisfied customers.
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