Have you seen the outdoor labyrinth in front of the office at Saint David's Episcopal Church? Perhaps you've noticed people walking on it as you've passed by. Maybe you were one of Ms. Salisbury's geometry students at FHHS who won a pizza party in 2003 by estimating how many bricks would be used to build the labyrinth. Perhaps you've been curious about what the labyrinth represents or how it is used. Maybe you've even walked the labyrinth and have experiences to share. Now is your chance to learn more.
Join others who are interested in exploring the labyrinth to discuss some of the facts, myths, and possibilities surrounding labyrinths. David Bentley, a Labyrinth Facilitator trained by The Rev. Dr. Lauren Artress who founded Veriditas in San Francisco, will facilitate a discussion about labyrinths followed by a labyrinth walk.
Bring your curiosity and questions, your experiences and stories, and your willingness to learn about new possibilities. There is no "right" or "wrong" way to walk a labyrinth, but labyrinths are increasingly being used in a variety of settings. Come explore.
Tuesday, 11 July, 2017
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