Thursday, December 21, 2017 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (CST)

Winter Labyrinth Walk

The labyrinth is an ancient symbol used around the world as a metaphor for life's journey. Unlike a maze, a labyrinth has only one entrance, one path, and one destination. For centuries, labyrinths have been used for centering reflection, self-discovery, and mindful movement for all who take the time to walk or wheel the path.

Join us for our special open Winter Labyrinth Walk held indoors at Tau Center. Come for as long as you want and enjoy a silent, contemplative atmosphere which will include gentle music and candlelight, along with a seated circle for prayer or meditation. A Christmas peace meditation will be led by Sr. Glenna on the hour (4pm, 5pm, and 6pm) with an expression of transitioning from dark to light during this shortest day of the year and holiday season. At 7:00pm a simple closing prayer will end the evening.

Free-will offering. Pre-registration requested.

Facilitated by Sr. Glenna Czachor, OSF