What is a Labyrinth? It is an ancient archetype (or pattern) that was adopted as a motif and spiritual practice by many early Churches . It soon became widely used as an aid for Christian meditation and prayer. In the Middle Ages, cathedrals in Europe began to construct larger labyrinths, inlaid in the floors of the nave or outbuildings of the churches. These larger labyrinths were also walked during special services, such as during the celebration of Easter morning. The labyrinth in the floor of the nave of Chartres Cathedral in France is the most well-known of the medieval designs and was built in the 11th Century and remains open and regularly walked today.
Why not come and join us in “discovering the labyrinth”? Find out how you can deepen your walk with Christ, quieten your mind and open your heart.
For enquiries or registrations, please contact Randal Dennings (m: 0408878711) or Susan Dennings (m: 0408878625) RSVP 8th June.