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Lenten Labyrinth

March 03, 2021
LENT:  Wednesdays  |  Labyrinth  |  Devotions

Labyrinth: Walking a Sacred Path

Wednesdays, February 17 - March 24, 8:30-11:30 a.m.

“Arise, walk about the land through its length and breadth;
for I will give it to you.”
– Genesis 13:17

"I will walk in the presence of God in the land of the living." - Psalm 116: 9

During the season of Lent at Immanuel, we welcome you to visit and explore the labyrinth in our sanctuary. We invite you to walk the path of the labyrinth as a way to quiet the mind, invoke prayer, and invite insight. 

What is a prayer labyrinth?

A labyrinth is an ancient pattern found in religious traditions around the world and dates as far back as 4,000 years.  The labyrinth at Immanuel (on loan from WisdomWays) is in the classic Chartes style.  For more history and information about labyrinths, visit WisdomWays.

What is it like to walk the labyrinth?

All are welcome to walk the labyrinth - as individuals or households.

Please wear socks on the labyrinth (no shoes).

Sign-up here for a 30-minute increment.

NOTE: For those that may prefer to remain at home or are unable to walk the labyrinth, printable paper "Finger Labyrinths" are available, which will also be included in Immanuel's take-home Lenten Bags.

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