Kreuzweg 2017

Kreuzweg Cycling Pilgrimage through the Land of of the Cross Tipped Churches in West C

Kreuzweg 2017

The next cycling pilgrimage weekend event is planned for Sat, Sept. 23, 2017 at 9:00 am.  This year's route will take pilgrims through on the German Way East to Egypt, Minster and New Bremen beginning with St. John the Baptist, in Maria Stein.  We are praying for good weather this year for all those who have missed the ride in past years to give it a try once again!  

An extended Kreuzweg pilgrimage of 40+ miles miles is planned for a new Rose Way to visit St. Sebastian; Our Lady of Guadalupe, Montezuma; Immaculate Conception in Celina and Holy Rosary in St. Mary's on Sun, Sept. 24 with an early morning departure.

The 2017 event is once again free, with no registration fee! Optional Kreuzweg T-shirts, pilgrim shells will be available for purchase. The New Bremen Pumpkinfest will have lunch options at riders expense. Please register for Kreuzweg 2017 online at the link on this page so we know how many riders to expect. No fee!
entral Ohio, USA.

Kreuzweg, a German word for "Way of the Cross" is a cycling pilgrimage in the Land of the Cross Tipped Churches in West Central Ohio.  
The logo with colorful cross arrows represents geographically and culturally the 5 "ways", varying from 20 up to 60 miles.  The "ways" radiate from the village of Maria Stein, located at the heart of the Cross Tipped Church region.  

If you can't join us in September, the links to maps on this website can guide anyone to their own self guided pilgrimage any time of the year.   So here we go...

Read about the amazing DeCurtins family who designed & 
built many of the churches of Northwest Ohio.

Here's what one cycling pilgrim had to say about Kreuzweg

"The Kreuzweg bike tour was a one-of-a-kind family activity. The Churches were beautiful and it was an amazing way to spend a day touring, praying and having fun with our family. Even our eight-year-old daughter, who had just learned to ride a bike, was able to complete the 20-mile ride. We'll definitely be back next year!"
-- Tim Bete