All are invited to experience the Labyrinth, an opportunity for quiet prayer, during Holy Week. This year, artwork by local artists depicting the Stations of the Cross will be displayed with the Labyrinth. Consider setting aside a few moments to walk the path and reflect on Jesus’ great sacrifice for us and for the world.
While labyrinths predate Christianity, early believers incorporated them into their prayer life in worshiping the Triune God. Walking this ancient path of prayer, one steps out of the demands of daily life to focus on God for a few moments. Returning along the same path of prayer, one reenters daily life renewed for ministry in God’s name.