Thursday, December 20, 2018 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (CST)
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 - taking us to our center and returning us again to the world. 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.
We invite you to join us at our annual Winter Labyrinth, held indoors at Tau Center. Allow yourself time to pause in the midst of the holiday season and give yourself the gift of gentle prayer and reflection in the stillness of our circle. Together we will create space to reflect on what has been and to open to what is next emerging.
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. For those unable to walk the large Labyrinth, seated 'finger' Labyrinths are also available.
A Christian peace meditation on the hour and short readings on the quarter hour will be led by Sr. Glenna, as an expression of transitioning from dark to light - offering hope and peace as we end the year.
$10 - pre-registration requested. Arrive no later than 6pm to allow adequate time to walk the Labyrinth.
Facilitated by Sr. Glenna Czachor, OSF