There is an elevator to the sanctuary. Signage will be provided to indicate the way to the elevator.
The Labyrinth is an ancient pattern used to guide walking meditation. This past Autumn (2013), St Luke’s opened to the community a beautiful new Petite Chartres seven-circuit, laser-cut marmoleum labyrinth installed into the floor of the sanctuary. Having the Labyrinth situated in the sanctuary has allowed many new possibilities for collaborations between the labyrinth ministry and the music, art, education, and outreach programs at St Luke’s. A new group of volunteers continues the 6 year tradition led by Vanessa Compton and Barclay McMillan, to welcome 'all without exception' to 1st Friday evening meditation walks. This walk coincides with World Labyrinth Day – 'Walk as One at 1," making it a community exploration and celebration at the local and global level, like Jane’s Walk.
We'll begin with a presentation on the meaning and history of the Labyrinth, after which people will be gven an opportunity to walk the Labyrinth.
The Labyrinth Volunteers' website is www.PathAdventures.com.
To learn more about World Labyrinth Day, see www.labyrinthsociety.org/world-labyrinth-day.
The Labyrinth is indoors at St. Luke's.
Susan Kehoe is a Veriditas-certified Labyrinth facilitator and volunteer member of www.Path Adventures.com offering contemplative retreats using the labyrinth for walking meditation.
Barclay McMillan creates opportunities for people to experience the empowerment and life transforming potential of the singing voice through the various workshops offered by his company, Voice Emergent. www.voiceemergent.com