A labyrinth is an ancient tool for prayer and meditation with a winding path that begins at the outside, leads to a central space, and then out again by the same path. One can think of experiencing a labyrinth as a walking prayer. One spiritual publication noted that you can know things while meditatively walking the circuitous path that you cannot know sitting still. As you enter our labyrinth you may find it helpful to pause at the threshold, offer a prayer of thanksgiving for this time, and set an intention for your walk.
As you leave the labyrinth, ponder what touched you, inspired you, challenged you or surprised you. A prayer of thanksgiving may also seem an appropriate closure to this time. You may also wish to let the experience unfold as it will. First Presbyterian Church Labyrinth is open before and after Sunday worship or by appointment.