August 25, 2014
Come walk the labyrinth Thursday, September 4, 10 am to 2 pm.
First to walk the August labyrinth, a young man held a guide to labyrinth walking from the Annunciation Monastery of Bismarck, North Dakota.
Entitled Walking the Prayer Labyrinth it read: “Walking the labyrinth path offers us the opportunity for prayer, meditation and time to simply be with God. It allows us to look at our faith and renew and maintain our relationship with God.”
He followed his call to walk in prayer and had a rich and deeply moving labyrinth experience.
Walking the labyrinth is a personal time of peace in sacred space. There are as many ways to walk the labyrinth as there are people who walk.
Spending time in stillness, in the present moment, we may touch what author Roger Housden describes as “the great mystery of Being, the Presence that we are.”
—Sharon Brown, Labyrinth FacilitatorSubscribe
Plymouth Church is open to the public Thursday, February 14, beginning at 9 am.
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