Labyrinth Meditations for Holy Week
Mon 15th – Wed 17th April, 10am-noon.
Tue 16th & Wed 17th April, 7-9pm
On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Holy Week, a labyrinth will be available in the Church to facilitate personal reflection, prayer and meditation. Anyone who is interested is invited to come and walk the labyrinth.
Labyrinths have been used by Christians for centuries as a kind of pilgrimage – a physical and spiritual journey which changes you as you walk it. Formed by pews where people would typically sit, this labyrinth will have an inward and outward journey, with stations along the way to allow participants to engage with the readings of the day through image, touch, writing, drawing and sculpting.
While the labyrinth will be open for 2 hours at a time, participants are invited to walk it at their own pace, engaging as much or as little as they are comfortable with. Guidance to use the labyrinth will be available for those who would find it helpful, and the minister will be available to pray and talk with anyone who needs to debrief or further explore any discoveries on the labyrinth journey.