Holy Week Labyrinth Walk
Labyrinth-walking is an ancient practice used by many different faiths for spiritual centering, contemplation, and prayer. Entering the serpentine path of a labyrinth, you walk slowly while quieting your mind and focusing on a spiritual question or prayer. On Wednesday, March 27, a labyrinth will be available from 6 – 7:30 pm in All Saints’ Hall. All are invited to walk.
Our Becoming Beloved Community Lenten Journey series will conclude by walking a labyrinth together. In the ministry of racial healing and justice, none of us walks a straight line. We enter the labyrinth wherever God has provided an opening, telling the truth about our church’s story around race; discerning and proclaiming God’s dream of Beloved Community where we are; learning and practicing Jesus’ way of healing and love; and bravely working to transform systemic racial injustice. We keep moving from one quadrant to another and back. No one is ever really finished. That is the way of ongoing spiritual formation. As you “walk” sections of this labyrinth, gather a group, and together engage the scriptures, reflections, and activities.