It all started with a tree.
I saw a facebook post of artist Ruth Trevarro installing one of her art exhibits and it was a tree. And something about that tree caught my imagination.
And so I asked her if she would be willing to produce The Stations of the Cross. She said she’d think about it.
Ruth's “thoughts” came out in paper and ink, sketches and carving. And when she brought the Stations of the cross into the church this week, I realized that she had created something more beautiful and profound than I could have imagined.
An architect once told me that an architect’s job was to take love and values and give them physical form. In this way, Ruth Trevarro is an architect of sorts.
And I cannot wait to share what she has “built” for us at St. Margaret’s.