All are invited to experience the Carroll’s outdoor Labyrinth, a wonderful opportunity for quiet prayer in God’s creation. You may come and go at your own pace. Family time will be from 4-5 pm when assistance with child care will be provided on sight.
As Christians, we require prayer and meditation to develop a relationship with God. In the Lenten season, we especially dedicate time to introspection. The Labyrinth is an ancient tool which helps with inward focus and a route for this kind of prayer. It is an ancient tool for walking meditation: it looks like a maze, but you can’t get lost! Historically, ancient Christians used this path of worship to pray to a Triune God.
In our modern Presbyterian time, the Labyrinth is a method of quiet prayer in which one follows a set route while focusing inward on one’s faith and outward on God.
For more information or questions, contact Phyllis Kidwell, 903-681-5504.