The Stations of the Cross are artistic depictions of the story of Good Friday. Jesus condemned to death carries his cross to the place where he will be crucified. The object of the Stations is to help the faithful make a spiritual pilgrimage of prayer, through meditating upon the scenes of Christ’s sufferings and death.
In 2007 Regan was commissioned by St John Church of England School, London, to paint 14 Stations of the Cross. This included working with children from year 5 who learnt about the Stations, created their own artistic representations and role played each scene which was then recorded. The stations below are the end result and are now displayed at the school where they are used each year in the schools Easter service.