The Stations exhibition was launched at Louth Methodist Church on Tuesday evening, with the Bishop of Lincoln highlighting the need to understand and respond to the situation which those displaced by war and conflict find themselves in. The exhibition will be open daily until Monday 13th March. In his opening remarks the Bishop drew people’s attention to the scale of the problem that faces those affected – with a number equivalent to the population of Great Britain being displaced by war across the world, with a third of those forced to seek sanctuary in a different country. He expressed the hope that the pictures in the exhibition would act as icons – drawing our attention to those deeper issues that they depict. Before viewing the exhibition the Bishop prayed that those visiting the exhibition would be touched, and that hearts would be changed.