The first station of Penitence was made in 1993. The tunic is black with a tail, a raffia belt and black hood, Franciscan sandals. The images of the Lord and the Virgin are a work of the sculptor Bonilla Cornejo.
It was refounded in 1942 and has around 700 members. The tunic is black and the hood, tassel and buttons are mauve. The image of the Cristo de la Luz was destroyed during the Civil War and in 1942 the sculptor Del Moral Herranz, from Granada, reassembled the image from an arm and leg that remained from the old one. The image of the Virgin is a work of the sculptor Romero Zafra de Córdoba.
Founded in 1693, it has 250 members. The tunic is white, with red buttons, cord, cape and hood. The image is a work of an anonymous artist from the 12th century, from the Granada School and the Círculo de los Moras. In his left hand he holds a natural palm.
On Good Friday there is only one procession – the Virgen de los Dolores, whereas Monday features a procession with el Cristo de la Misericordia. Documentary evidence dates back to 1771, although there is evidence that it dates back 100 years more. The tunics during the Christ procession are black with raffia tassel, and they carry a lantern. During the Virgin procession the tunic and cape are black, but the hood, tassel and gloves are white. It has about 500 members. The float of Christ is decorated with marquetry while the Virgin’s is adorned of black velvet embroidered with gold with goldsmithery by Angulo de Lucena. It is accompanied by the Guadix municipal music band. The image of the Christ is in the Baroque style from the 17th century, with an Italian influence.
Its first procession took place in 1959. It is based in the Parish Church of Nuestra Señora de Gracia. The tunic is white, with a black cape and sash. It has about 450 members. The group of sculptures comprises seven figures, representing Our Lord’s Descent from the Cross. The images are from the workshop in Olot, made by Manuel Sargueda.
It dates back to the 16th century. The procession starts from the Church of Nuestra Señora de las Angustias. It has about 300 members. The tunics are white, with buttons, a tassel and a Bordeaux cape. The image of the Lord was carved from the remains of a crucifix dating back to the 17th century.
It comprises almost 500 members, the tunic is black with yellow buttons and hood, the black cape has yellow turn ups. The image of the Virgin is by Amadeo Ruiz Olmos, from Córdoba, fashioned from an old beam from the old Church of San Miguel.