Rev. Beth Banks, Worship Leader; Meghan Kelly, Worship Associate

In the UUCD pine grove is a labyrinth, created for those who desire healing and a sense of peace. Images of labyrinths come to us from ancient Egypt and Greece and from prehistoric petroglyphs in California. There are many interpretations of what it means to follow these circuitous pathways. Christians, pagans, humanists, and those who are neither spiritual nor religious, stand at the center and wait in stillness. Why do labyrinths appeal?  What are some messages for Unitarian Universalists?  You’re invited to visit the pine grove, near the Bridgehouse, following the 9:30 & 11:15 worship services, and walk our labyrinth.