Thanks to all that visited the Journey to the Cross exhibit. You are invited to visit us for Holy Week and Easter services to build upon this experience.

Immerse yourself in this experiential art exhibit to witness the impact of Christ’s sacrifice and to understand God’s overwhelming love and grace for your life.


Tickets are free, but necessary in order to ensure only small groups move through at a time. Think about who you might invite. This experience will be powerful, and one you’ll want to share.


Select one of the exhibit date links below. You will select a time slot and number of tickets to reserve for yourself or for your group from the TicketBud website.


We live in an age indifferent to faith. Preparation for Easter Sunday is more likely to involve making reservations for brunch than fasting, prayer, and turning to scripture to understand Christ’s passion and journey to reconcile the world to God the Father.

This Lent, along with our partner, Bent Tree Bible Fellowship, we have built a bridge to reconciliation through an art experience called Journey to the Cross featuring the last moments of Christ’s life before his death, burial, and resurrection. Bringing scripture to life, we hope, will awaken believers and nonbelievers alike to a sense of wonder for Christ, who conquered death, and offer more to wrestle with beyond what we’ve ever read or been told.

The artistic vision for this experience has been led and cultivated by a team of artists and contributors who have worked together for more than two years to deliver the beauty and power of the Easter story in this way.

Your Journey to the Cross does not end at the cross nor with this exhibit. From early times, Christians have observed the week before Easter Sunday as a special time of devotion. Whether you have a church home or not, we invite you to continue to explore and contemplate Christ’s journey to the cross by attending Holy Week and Easter services with us.

Church of the Incarnation is an Episcopal church in the Anglican Communion located in Uptown at 3966 McKinney Ave. The church is rooted in ancient faith and makes worship accessible to modern life.



3966 McKinney Ave
Dallas, TX 75204

Church of the Incarnation is located on McKinney Avenue between Blackburn and Fitzhugh.


Free parking is available in the North, East, and South parking lots.


Travel south on Central Expressway (US 75). Exit at Fitzhugh Avenue and continue south on the service road. Turn right on Cambrick Street and the church is immediately in front of you.


Travel north on Central Expressway (US 75). Exit Blackburn Street and go west (across Central Expressway) on Blackburn. Turn right on McKinney Avenue. You will see the church on the right.


The west surface exit from the underground Cityplace/Uptown Station takes you to the M-Line (McKinney Ave Trolley) roundabout on the Incarnation side of Central Expressway (US 75). You then follow the sidewalk north for just under a half mile.


Church of the Incarnation welcomes you and strives to make your experience at Journey to the Cross both enjoyable and memorable. Download and print a Church of the Incarnation map to familiarize yourself will the campus.


The Journey to the Cross experience is accessible to wheelchair users and other visitors who cannot use stairs.


During your visit, we ask you to be respectful of the property, the artwork, and the exhibit as a whole.

  • No photography or video permitted in the Journey to the Cross experience. (camera, phone, or tablet)
  • Please do not touch the artwork unless instructed by the navigation cards you receive throughout the journey experience.
  • No food or beverage permitted during the Journey to the Cross experience.
  • Smoking and vaping are not permitted in the building, exhibit, or on the grounds near doorways.
  • No pets allowed please. Service animals are welcome at Journey to the Cross. All service animals must remain on a leash or harness at all times and may not be left unattended. You are responsible for controlling your service animal’s behavior as well as cleaning up after your service animal. If at any time your service animal’s behavior becomes a threat to the safety or well-being of other visitors, we reserve the right to ask you to enjoy the experience without your service animal present.

Thank you for your support and cooperation.


The Journey to the Cross experience is available to children of all ages. There will be information cards that are written with them in mind to help you as parents or caregivers navigate conversation with them during and after the experience. Please use your best judgement on whether this experience is appropriate for your child.

For their safety, children under 18 must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times. If any child in your care becomes disruptive, we ask you to please try to comfort them or consider returning to the experience at a later date.


Las tarjetas de experiencias de Viaje a la Cruz están disponibles en español en la exhibición.


There are no restrooms available in the exhibit area. There will be signs posted outside along the church campus to help you navigate the location of restrooms before or after the exhibit. Please plan accordingly.



This event is open to the public. Tell your friends, family, neighbors, colleagues, and co-workers. Download the press release and images to share by email or social media.