Grace Episcopal Church has suspended all in-person campus events, activities, and worship services until further notice. Please visit our Grace@Home page to see ways we are staying connected to one another, to Grace, and to God during the days ahead.
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Labyrinths are ancient symbols of the spiritual journey—from the outer world, to the innermost parts of our spiritual hearts, and back to the world again. A labyrinth might look like a maze, but it’s not, because you cannot get lost in a labyrinth. There is one path in and out. You simply let the path guide you, and find nourishment for your soul.
With our opportunities for in-person worship limited, we’ve created a temporary labyrinth in the parking lot of the Grace Center, as a way to reconnect to our spiritual home, and find rest and renewal. Come check it out! It will become part of a larger prayer walk around campus (coming soon!)
There is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ way to walk a labyrinth. It is your journey. You might try something like this:
Below are links to samples of Walking Journals for adults and children, if you find this a meaningful practice.
Enjoy! Blessings on your walk.
Director of Christian Formation