In March 2005 Penny launched “a major project of national significance” in Blackburn Cathedral, Lancashire, England.  This consists of the permanent display of fifteen 6ft paintings and is “probably the most adventurous of its kind in any English cathedral.”

With accolades from Desmond Tutu – “wonderfully creative” – and viewed by the US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on her visit to the cathedral in 2006, this “extraordinary exhibition will be seen by generations to come.”

View The Stations of the Cross here

Very Rev Christopher Armstrong,  Dean of Blackburn

“The Stations will be of national significance and compliment the already impressive stock of modern art at the Cathedral. They will assist the Cathedral in its missionary mandate to tell the story of Christ’s last few hours to a puzzled and agnostic generation. I am convinced Penny Warden’s unique approach will help us continue this work very effectively, for these ‘Stations’ engage with people where they are, in all the conflicts and sorrows which life brings in the 21st Century.”

The Journey at Blackburn Cathedral

Blackburn Cathedral Website