Visitors to a church in Weymouth will be able to learn about the last 24 hours of Jesus' life.

One Friday, a brand-new exhibition, is being held at St Mary's Church this Easter.

Neil Biles, community chaplain at St Mary's Church, said: "One Friday tells the story of Jesus’ final day. The story depicts the last 24 hours of his life and through words and pictures gives you the opportunity to take time to reflect on your life’s story, here and now at St Mary’s Church.

"As part of One Friday local schools, community groups and individuals have been part of a project called “CROSSROADS”. The project has involved people making crosses, either remembering the death and resurrection of Jesus or reaching a turning point in their lives, choosing what path to follow, things they do and changes they would like to make.

"School children have also written about the crossroads and what it means to them. You can see their work displayed in the welcome are of St Mary’s Church. The crosses that have been made are being displayed on three crosses on the green outside the church. Each one made by someone who has reflected on their life and made a cross as a representation of that life now."

"There is still time to make crosses so come on down to St Mary’s Church and make a cross in the welcome area. We are open Monday to Friday 10:30am to 3:30pm."

More than 1,000 crosses have been made by the community as part of the exhibition.

A spokesman for Weymouth Town Council said: "This brilliant art display is now completed and is looking fab! Come and see it over the next two weeks outside St Mary's Church.

"Over 1,000 crosses have been made by the community to represent either a new journey or a cross roads in people’s lives, with there also being a link to the upcoming Easter festivities."