And He Crossed the Kidron Valley: The Messiah as Suffering Servant
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Please, notice that each session of this series is conceived as a stand-alone unit on its own so that you can choose whether to participate in all of the sessions of this series or only in those you are interested in.
ABOUT THE NINTH SESSION - AND HE CROSSED THE KIDRON VALLEY: THE MESSIAH AS SUFFERING SERVANT
SPEND THE HOLY TRIDUUM IN JERUSALEM!
Jerusalem: Christian Sion - Cenacle - Garden of Gethsemani - Saint Peter in Gallicantu - Ecce Homo - Holy Sepulcher - Garden Tombs.
The ninth session will introduce us to Jesus’ last days. We will start by virtually going to the modern Mount Zion, whose summit hosts today the Dormition Abbey, built by Kaiser Wilhem II at the beginning of the twenty century and commemorating the rest that Mary entered into.
Once at the modern Mount Zion we will virtually visit a two-floor structure that goes back to the Crusaders, and that hosts, on the first floor, David’s tomb and the biblical “Upper Room” of Jesus’ Last Supper on the second floor.
Once left the “Upper Room” we will virtually descend to the Garden of Gethsemane, at the bottom of the slope of the Mount of Olives opposite the Temple Mount, where it is believed that Jesus prayers to the Father hours before his crucifixion (Matthew 26:42; Luke 22:44).
Then we will stop at one of the traditional locations for the house of Caiaphas, St. Peter in Gallicantu, whose name remembers the three denials of Peter, and whose current church is built atop the ruins of a Byzantine church and monastery remembering the location of the prison in which Jesus the Christ was held.
Next virtual stop will be inside the Old City, at Ecce Homo, located in the heart of the historic Old City of Jerusalem, on the famous Via Dolorosa and revered for its importance in the Passion of Jesus.
Continuing through the Via Dolorosa we will virtually reach the Holy Sepulcher, originally built by the mother of Emperor Constantine in AD 330 to commemorate the location of Jesus’ crucifixion and the tomb of his burial.
* Please, notice that each session of this series is conceived as a stand-alone unit on its own so that you can choose whether to participate in all of the sessions of this series or only in those you are interested in.
** If you are interested in participating in this online session but you are not familiar with Zoom, send us an email and we will send you our super easy guide that will show you, step by step, how to access Zoom.
- Zoom Event (April 2, 2021)$8$80$0