Beautiful stop to make, we make sure to always stop and say a prayer in this beautiful outdoor church. Something very peaceful about being outdoors and the workers/volunteers are always very nice and helpful. The grounds are wonderfully maintained and the cross is really something to see.
Stopped here on the way to the Upper Peninsula with my wife. There is plenty of parking and you follow markers on a paved path through the woods to get to the shrine. The cross is amazing to see up close and there is lots of seating in the area to sit and rest or reflect. You can also do... 更多
So glad we came here. We came after attending a funeral and this was the perfect afternoon to sit and be peaceful. We also walked around the beautiful landscape with lovely flowers. I was fascinated with the "Lily of the Mountain" statue with the turtles around the base of her bronze statue.We did go into the gift shop and were... 更多
There is something to say about surrounding yourself in nature and prayer. At Cross in the Woods, on Saturday evening and Sunday morning, weather permitting, you sit outside in a wonderful setting looking up at the largest cross you've ever seen and pray. It is a Catholic church but don't let that prevent you from coming, and enjoy the prayer... 更多
Took our children to the Cross in the Woods for the 1st time this summer. My oldest read the saint's plaques aloud to our crew as we navigated the garden trails and we took some time to pray. The shrine is so beautiful crafted and maintained. We will return and we are sure it will be something our children will... 更多
There is a really big cross that is impressive in size. There is also a collection of nun dolls from around the world and a gift shop. It's free, so that's a perk, but I really don't understand the appeal. It's not like they are claiming the location has had miraculous events or a specific religious figure did great work... 更多