Light the Labyrinth
Wednesday, December 21
5:15-6:15 p.m. beginning in Founders Hall, continuing to the Peace Labyrinth
During the longest nights of the year, flame and candle hold a special significance. It is a time when our hopes and fears collide, and we need some illumination to help us find our way. The Labyrinth is a tool for prayer, a walking journey to help us express those hopes and fears and a place to light a candle in remembrance and expectation. A single candle defies the darkness as we remember again that we are preparing for the true light of Jesus coming into the world, and that light overcomes darkness. Join Rev. Lindy Purdy and Rev. Dan Stark in Founders Hall to receive a walking prayer and a candle before you enter the Peace Labyrinth.