World Labyrinth Day

Nic Kaplan, director of lifespan religious education

Tomorrow is a lot of things:

* The Kentucky Derby
* Star Wars Day
* Free Comic Book Day
* International Firefighters Day

But the one we’d like to especially lift up is this: World Labyrinth Day.

Every year on the first Saturday in May, people around the globe participate in World Labyrinth Day as a moving meditation for world peace and celebration of the labyrinth experience.  So we’d like to invite you to visit our beautiful space. Our labyrinth is open to everyone, all year round and it brings us joy to share it with you.

Not sure how to use a labyrinth? No problem!

Join us Sunday after service for our 5th Lunch then Learn workshop. Following lunch (free will donation invited), we will travel outside near our labyrinth and little free pantry to celebrate and dedicate our new Peace Pole. Then, immediately after the Peace Pole dedication, congregant Virginia Melroy will spend some time teaching us about the labyrinth.  Virginia will lead us in an introduction to walking the labyrinth as a practice for grounding and spiritual growth. There will be time to walk the labyrinth together if weather permits.

Help us spread some peace through our world by dedicating some time to inner peace.

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