Annual Good Friday Walk

Annual Good Friday Walk 2024 in Longmont

For 24 years now, this is a great opportunity for families to be involved in our Lord’s Way of the Cross, as well as being a wonderful Christian witness to the Longmont community.

We will once again be walking across town in Longmont, CO.

This year, we walking the Good Friday Walk and from East to West.  We will walk from St. John the Baptist Church to St. Francis of Assisi Church (~5 miles). We stop at certain points along the way to pray the Stations of the Cross and the Rosary. We end with the Chaplet of Divine Mercy inside St. Francis of Assisi Parish right after the walk. We hope to arrive about 11:45am. Confessions will be available after the walk.

Group car rides back to St. John’s for individuals to pick up vehicles and bring them to St. Francis will be available upon arrival.

       We’ve had upwards of 300 Christian witnesses on the walk and it’s powerful way to commemorate Good Friday as a faith community. Please join us, and please spread the word to family and friends!
BRING: Wagons, strollers, rosaries, water, snacks for little ones, sunscreen. Additionally, pack snacks for adults and kids to eat at the end of walk. Please, NO bikes, scooters, skateboards, iPods, or music. This is a solemn walk.
          In the past, small crosses have been made and carried by children; the large cross is reserved for adults.
Dress for the weather! We go rain or shine.
We will be praying the Sorrowful mysteries, the Litany of Humility, and the Stations of the Cross as we walk.

DATE: Good Friday, March 29th, 2024


START TIME:  8 AM – Sharp!

START PLACE(s):  Meet in the parking lot of St. John the Baptist. You can also meet us at the Isaac Walton Clubhouse off of Sunset St., at roughly 8:45/9 AM for a shorter version of the walk, or walk with us from St. John’s to Isaac Walton.

Again we urge everyone on this solemn, prayerful walk to treat this day like no other day of the year, because it is not.  Our Lord sacrificed ALL for you and me on this day.  It is not the day of business, school, or shopping that the world would have us see.

God bless your Lenten journey!
Questions? Text or call…
Terry Medearis at 303-475-9109

Walk Route Map Below