Guided Labyrinth Walk

Join Grace Wood for two free guided labyrinth walks today! The first is at 7:30 am and the second is at 5:30 pm. Consider a walking meditation at the Labyrinth or the Unity Trail. Practice Being Peace. Enjoy the birds of the field or the sounds of the forest. Spin the Prayer Wheels as you hold sacred space walking the outer loop remembering ministers, members, and friends while enjoying the now moment. There is plenty of parking and plenty of room to practice social distancing. Grace will be there (with her mask on) looking for you!
The Labyrinth is an archetype, a divine imprint, found in many religious traditions around the world. They may take many forms, from mathematically precise stone circles to garden mazes to temporary chalk designs. The labyrinth is a metaphor for our spiritual journey. Its single meandering path centers the body and calms the mind. The simple act of putting one foot in front of the other is meant to be a meditative practice, for in walking the path of life, the soul opens to its sacred healing and wholeness. By walking the labyrinth we are rediscovering a long-forgotten mystical tradition.
Love offerings are always welcome to help with the upkeep of the labyrinth. Unless it is raining heavily, the walks will take place!

Guided Labyrinth Walk

Join Grace Wood for two free guided labyrinth walks today! The first is at 7:30 am and the second is at 5:30 pm. Consider a walking meditation at the Labyrinth or the Unity Trail. Practice Being Peace. Enjoy the birds of the field or the sounds of the forest. Spin the Prayer Wheels as you hold sacred space walking the outer loop remembering ministers, members, and friends while enjoying the now moment. There is plenty of parking and plenty of room to practice social distancing. Grace will be there (with her mask on) looking for you!
The Labyrinth is an archetype, a divine imprint, found in many religious traditions around the world. They may take many forms, from mathematically precise stone circles to garden mazes to temporary chalk designs. The labyrinth is a metaphor for our spiritual journey. Its single meandering path centers the body and calms the mind. The simple act of putting one foot in front of the other is meant to be a meditative practice, for in walking the path of life, the soul opens to its sacred healing and wholeness. By walking the labyrinth we are rediscovering a long-forgotten mystical tradition.
Love offerings are always welcome to help with the upkeep of the labyrinth. Unless it is raining heavily, the walks will take place!

Guided Labyrinth Walk

Join Grace Wood for two free guided labyrinth walks today! The first is at 7:30 am and the second is at 5:30 pm. Consider a walking meditation at the Labyrinth or the Unity Trail. Practice Being Peace. Enjoy the birds of the field or the sounds of the forest. Spin the Prayer Wheels as you hold sacred space walking the outer loop remembering ministers, members, and friends while enjoying the now moment. There is plenty of parking and plenty of room to practice social distancing. Grace will be there (with her mask on) looking for you!
The Labyrinth is an archetype, a divine imprint, found in many religious traditions around the world. They may take many forms, from mathematically precise stone circles to garden mazes to temporary chalk designs. The labyrinth is a metaphor for our spiritual journey. Its single meandering path centers the body and calms the mind. The simple act of putting one foot in front of the other is meant to be a meditative practice, for in walking the path of life, the soul opens to its sacred healing and wholeness. By walking the labyrinth we are rediscovering a long-forgotten mystical tradition.
Love offerings are always welcome to help with the upkeep of the labyrinth. Unless it is raining heavily, the walks will take place!

Guided Labyrinth Walk

Join Grace Wood for two free guided labyrinth walks today! The first is at 7:30 am and the second is at 5:30 pm. Consider a walking meditation at the Labyrinth or the Unity Trail. Practice Being Peace. Enjoy the birds of the field or the sounds of the forest. Spin the Prayer Wheels as you hold sacred space walking the outer loop remembering ministers, members, and friends while enjoying the now moment. There is plenty of parking and plenty of room to practice social distancing. Grace will be there (with her mask on) looking for you!
The Labyrinth is an archetype, a divine imprint, found in many religious traditions around the world. They may take many forms, from mathematically precise stone circles to garden mazes to temporary chalk designs. The labyrinth is a metaphor for our spiritual journey. Its single meandering path centers the body and calms the mind. The simple act of putting one foot in front of the other is meant to be a meditative practice, for in walking the path of life, the soul opens to its sacred healing and wholeness. By walking the labyrinth we are rediscovering a long-forgotten mystical tradition.
Love offerings are always welcome to help with the upkeep of the labyrinth. Unless it is raining heavily, the walks will take place!

Guided Labyrinth Walk

Join Grace Wood for two free guided labyrinth walks today! The first is at 7:30 am and the second is at 5:30 pm. Consider a walking meditation at the Labyrinth or the Unity Trail. Practice Being Peace. Enjoy the birds of the field or the sounds of the forest. Spin the Prayer Wheels as you hold sacred space walking the outer loop remembering ministers, members, and friends while enjoying the now moment. There is plenty of parking and plenty of room to practice social distancing. Grace will be there (with her mask on) looking for you!
The Labyrinth is an archetype, a divine imprint, found in many religious traditions around the world. They may take many forms, from mathematically precise stone circles to garden mazes to temporary chalk designs. The labyrinth is a metaphor for our spiritual journey. Its single meandering path centers the body and calms the mind. The simple act of putting one foot in front of the other is meant to be a meditative practice, for in walking the path of life, the soul opens to its sacred healing and wholeness. By walking the labyrinth we are rediscovering a long-forgotten mystical tradition.
Love offerings are always welcome to help with the upkeep of the labyrinth. Unless it is raining heavily, the walks will take place!

Guided Labyrinth Walk

Join Grace Wood for two free guided labyrinth walks today! The first is at 7:30 am and the second is at 5:30 pm. Consider a walking meditation at the Labyrinth or the Unity Trail. Practice Being Peace. Enjoy the birds of the field or the sounds of the forest. Spin the Prayer Wheels as you hold sacred space walking the outer loop remembering ministers, members, and friends while enjoying the now moment. There is plenty of parking and plenty of room to practice social distancing. Grace will be there (with her mask on) looking for you!
The Labyrinth is an archetype, a divine imprint, found in many religious traditions around the world. They may take many forms, from mathematically precise stone circles to garden mazes to temporary chalk designs. The labyrinth is a metaphor for our spiritual journey. Its single meandering path centers the body and calms the mind. The simple act of putting one foot in front of the other is meant to be a meditative practice, for in walking the path of life, the soul opens to its sacred healing and wholeness. By walking the labyrinth we are rediscovering a long-forgotten mystical tradition.
Love offerings are always welcome to help with the upkeep of the labyrinth. Unless it is raining heavily, the walks will take place!

Guided Labyrinth Walk

Join Grace Wood for two free guided labyrinth walks today! The first is at 7:30 am and the second is at 5:30 pm. Consider a walking meditation at the Labyrinth or the Unity Trail. Practice Being Peace. Enjoy the birds of the field or the sounds of the forest. Spin the Prayer Wheels as you hold sacred space walking the outer loop remembering ministers, members, and friends while enjoying the now moment. There is plenty of parking and plenty of room to practice social distancing. Grace will be there (with her mask on) looking for you!
The Labyrinth is an archetype, a divine imprint, found in many religious traditions around the world. They may take many forms, from mathematically precise stone circles to garden mazes to temporary chalk designs. The labyrinth is a metaphor for our spiritual journey. Its single meandering path centers the body and calms the mind. The simple act of putting one foot in front of the other is meant to be a meditative practice, for in walking the path of life, the soul opens to its sacred healing and wholeness. By walking the labyrinth we are rediscovering a long-forgotten mystical tradition.
Love offerings are always welcome to help with the upkeep of the labyrinth. Unless it is raining heavily, the walks will take place!

Guided Labyrinth Walk

Join Grace Wood for two free guided labyrinth walks today! The first is at 7:30 am and the second is at 5:30 pm. Consider a walking meditation at the Labyrinth or the Unity Trail. Practice Being Peace. Enjoy the birds of the field or the sounds of the forest. Spin the Prayer Wheels as you hold sacred space walking the outer loop remembering ministers, members, and friends while enjoying the now moment. There is plenty of parking and plenty of room to practice social distancing. Grace will be there (with her mask on) looking for you!
The Labyrinth is an archetype, a divine imprint, found in many religious traditions around the world. They may take many forms, from mathematically precise stone circles to garden mazes to temporary chalk designs. The labyrinth is a metaphor for our spiritual journey. Its single meandering path centers the body and calms the mind. The simple act of putting one foot in front of the other is meant to be a meditative practice, for in walking the path of life, the soul opens to its sacred healing and wholeness. By walking the labyrinth we are rediscovering a long-forgotten mystical tradition.
Love offerings are always welcome to help with the upkeep of the labyrinth. Unless it is raining heavily, the walks will take place!

Guided Labyrinth Walk

Join Grace Wood for two free guided labyrinth walks today! The first is at 7:30 am and the second is at 5:30 pm. Consider a walking meditation at the Labyrinth or the Unity Trail. Practice Being Peace. Enjoy the birds of the field or the sounds of the forest. Spin the Prayer Wheels as you hold sacred space walking the outer loop remembering ministers, members, and friends while enjoying the now moment. There is plenty of parking and plenty of room to practice social distancing. Grace will be there (with her mask on) looking for you!
The Labyrinth is an archetype, a divine imprint, found in many religious traditions around the world. They may take many forms, from mathematically precise stone circles to garden mazes to temporary chalk designs. The labyrinth is a metaphor for our spiritual journey. Its single meandering path centers the body and calms the mind. The simple act of putting one foot in front of the other is meant to be a meditative practice, for in walking the path of life, the soul opens to its sacred healing and wholeness. By walking the labyrinth we are rediscovering a long-forgotten mystical tradition.
Love offerings are always welcome to help with the upkeep of the labyrinth. Unless it is raining heavily, the walks will take place!

Guided Labyrinth Walk

Join Grace Wood for two free guided labyrinth walks today! The first is at 7:30 am and the second is at 5:30 pm. Consider a walking meditation at the Labyrinth or the Unity Trail. Practice Being Peace. Enjoy the birds of the field or the sounds of the forest. Spin the Prayer Wheels as you hold sacred space walking the outer loop remembering ministers, members, and friends while enjoying the now moment. There is plenty of parking and plenty of room to practice social distancing. Grace will be there (with her mask on) looking for you!
The Labyrinth is an archetype, a divine imprint, found in many religious traditions around the world. They may take many forms, from mathematically precise stone circles to garden mazes to temporary chalk designs. The labyrinth is a metaphor for our spiritual journey. Its single meandering path centers the body and calms the mind. The simple act of putting one foot in front of the other is meant to be a meditative practice, for in walking the path of life, the soul opens to its sacred healing and wholeness. By walking the labyrinth we are rediscovering a long-forgotten mystical tradition.
Love offerings are always welcome to help with the upkeep of the labyrinth. Unless it is raining heavily, the walks will take place!