Come, walk the labyrinth in the parish hall while listening to meditative music. You can spend as little as half an hour or walk for longer, if you wish.
The drop-in hours are:
Maundy Thursday, April 18 from 4 – 7 pm
Good Friday, April 19 from 1 – 4 pm
Holy Saturday, April 20 from 10 am – noon.
There is no one way to journey through the labyrinth. In the parish hall there are materials suggesting ways to walk the labyrinth and handouts for you to take home. More suggestions can be found at https://www.peacelabyrinth.org/how-to-walk-the-labyrinth. Please be prepared to remove your shoes while. If walking is difficult, come and use finger labyrinths and learn to draw your own to bring home. Children and families are welcome!
Walking a labyrinth is a very ancient meditative technique found all over the world. There is one path in, and the same path out; it is not a maze. In the Christian Era, it became a metaphor for Jesus’ story. To walk in is to reflect on that which separates us from the love of God – loneliness, suffering, evil and death – but one walks out into the light of the Resurrection with its promise of renewal and God’s never-ending love.