Our next labyrinth walk is Tuesday, October 17, 2017, at 7:00 pm. We follow on Fr. Jed’s recent class at Church of the Redeemer, Reformation in a Nutshell.
This walk honors the following people:
- William Tyndale, whose feast day is October 6
- Hugh Latimer, Nicolas Ridley, and Thomas Cranmer, whose feast day is October 16
- Martin Luther, who posted his 95 Thesis on the castle church door at Wittenberg, Germany, 500 years ago on October 31, 1517, which is considered the start of the Reformation
Come and walk in thanksgiving for a part of our heritage as Christians.
For those who can help set up the room for the walk, some gather at 6:30 pm to blossom the canvas labyrinth. In addition to the canvas labyrinth, table top labyrinths are set out for those who would prefer to “finger walk.” The walks start at 7:00 pm. Everyone is given a chance to walk. Someone is available to answer your questions.
For those who can stay after everyone has walked, some time is taken to fold the labyrinth and restore the room. There is no obligation for any one walking to either blossom or fold the labyrinth.
If you have questions, contact Bee Jay Mar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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