The Prayer Labyrinth at Trinity
We offer the labyrinth as a resource to help people open to God’s presence and voice – to further develop their life of prayer, availing themselves to the work of the Holy Spirit in and through them. Walking the labyrinth in prayer is a technique that may be used for contemplative or centering prayer. For some, walking a prayer labyrinth helps them shed distractions and center on Christ – before, during and after their labyrinth walk.
The prayer labyrinth is available monthly during Trinity's community prayer gatherings (see schedule below). We invite you to rest, quite yourself - walk the prayer labyrinth, to listen and draw deeper to the heart of God.
January 16, 2016 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Second Saturdays of the month, 6:00-8:00pm
For more information, contact Mario Gonzales at firstname.lastname@example.org. Join in.
Some have confused a labyrinth with a maze. Mazes are designed to trick and confuse you with wrong-turns and dead ends. Labyrinths only have one path; you exit the same way you enter. No games. No puzzles. This journey is about centering on Christ, drawing closer to God and about returning to the world confident and aware of the Holy Spirit at work. Trinity’s portable labyrinth is a 7-circuit path based on the Chartres Labyrinth in France.