• April 19, 2019 | Good Friday, 5-7 p.m.; Holy Saturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

    Walk the Labyrinth During Holy Week

    Waveland Hall

    Walking a candlelit labyrinth can enhance your Holy Week experience by nourishing your Spirit and opening your heart to increase your love of God and neighbor. The canvas labyrinth is like the one built into the floor of the great cathedral in Chartres, France. The labyrinth’s path is like the path of life, with twists and turns, encounters with others on the path, and sometimes a flash of insight. Many walkers have described a renewed sense of personal clarity and joyful self-awareness as part of the experience.  All are welcome to experience the blessings that flow from walking the Plymouth labyrinth. Please invite your family, friends and neighbors to join us during Holy Week. For more information: contact Mary Riche, maryriche@gmail.com.

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