CHRISTIANS in Huddersfield re-enacted Jesus Christ's journey before his crucifixion during a Good Friday Walk of Witness through the town.
A procession set off from Huddersfield Parish Church in Byram Street, led by a walker carrying a large cross.
This represented how Jesus was forced to carry his cross through the streets of Jerusalem before his execution at Calvary outside the city walls.
Easter Sunday celebrates his resurrection.
More than 200 people joined the Huddersfield procession, which was organised by Huddersfield Churches Together.
The procession went to the Market Square, where prayers were said for the town, then on to the corner of Cloth Hall Street, where prayers were said for commerce and finance.
At Huddersfield Bus Station prayers were said for transport workers then near Huddersfield Police Station and Huddersfied Register Office, prayers were said for the police, courts and married couples.
At Huddersfield Town Hall and the library, prayers were said for the council, art and learning, and at the Kingsgate shopping centre, prayers were said for retail and leisure workers.
The procession then returned to the parish church where prayers were said for the unity of the Church.
The Vicar of Huddersfield, the Rev Catherine Ogle, said: "This was a powerful and moving experience for those who took part."