Looking for something meditative, safe, and fun to do under the light of the full moon?
Join us as our guest on Thursday, January 28 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the grounds of the Franciscan Center, and we’ll walk the beautiful labyrinth that’s on our property here along the Hillsborough River.
Maureen Connors, PhD., will guide participants through this transformative and meditative activity.
A labyrinth is a geometrically designed walking path leading to and from a central point. It is not a maze; you cannot get lost. There are no dead ends. The goal is orientation – not disorientation! The labyrinth, located outdoors here on the grounds along the Hillsborough River, is designed after a thirteenth-century labyrinth at the Chartres Cathedral in France.
Labyrinth walks have been used for centuries and in many cultures as a tool for prayer, healing, and personal and spiritual growth. Walking a labyrinth has something to offer everyone. It can get creative juices flowing, help with grief, anger, a physical challenge or illness, encourage gratitude, or simply give time to reflect on life.
The event is FREE, and donations will be accepted. First-timers are welcome and encouraged! Social distancing practices will be observed and masks will be required.
Register here to let us know you’re coming.