Today we finished placing the stones into the paths of the labyrinth. We are still in the process of preparing a 4 foot red stone walkway around the perimeter of the labyrinth. Please join us on Saturday October 29th at any time between 9:30 AM and 5:00 PM to assist with our efforts to create a walkway around the labyrinth. A lunch will be provided. Many thanks to the many faithful people in our congregation, friends, family and Mark Snyder for devoting their time and energy, or prepared food to share, through the long and productive workdays.
Plans are being made for an after service event to celebrate the construction of the labyrinth and to honor the special saints in our lives. Weather permitting, on November 6th and after the 9:30 service, we will gather the devotions that are hanging on the sanctuary banner and proceed out to the labyrinth with blessings, song and unity. There will be a sign up sheet in the narthex for those who would like to bring food and drink to share and bond with joy.
Unfortunately, the October 22nd workday was cancelled because of rain, wind and cold. We are still in the process of placing the stones into the paths of the labyrinth and preparing a 4 foot red stone walkway around the perimeter. Please join us on October 29th at any time between 9:30-5:00 to assist with our efforts to construct the labyrinth. A lunch is provided. Many thanks to all who are devoting their time, energy and food to make this labyrinth a reality.
All are invited to join our work crew on Wednesday, October 19th and Saturday, October 22 to complete the mortaring of the bricks and transferring the stones from our large pile to the paths of the labyrinth. We provide a wonderful lunch on Saturday and some refreshments on Wednesday, but you are also welcome to bring food or drink to share. We normally begin working by 10:00 on Wednesday and 9:00 on Saturday, but you are welcome to come by and assist when it fits your schedule. Work is completed for the day around 5:00. Come and be a part of creating a gift to the community that will bring peace for generations to come.
Our volunteer workers were busy this past Saturday. Too busy in fact to be taking pictures while we were working, but not too busy to bring you these latest images of our labyrinth’s progress.