This past Saturday we spent the day building a prayer labyrinth on the property here at the PSC. With the help of a whole bunch of students, boy scouts from local Troop 149, and a few surprise helpers, the labyrinth was put together in just under 6 hours of work. We had lunch catered by Zaxby’s, and we shared a lot of laughs and sweaty hugs by the end of the day.
Our labyrinth was created (re)using glass bottles donated by more people than I care to try and name right now, and with river rock pebbles purchased thanks to a generous donation from The Labyrinth Society. We will be holding a short dedication service this coming Monday, April 18, at four o’clock in the afternoon, and we are inviting anyone and everyone around Athens who has an interest in labyrinths. If you are reading this, you’re invited. Even if you can’t make it to this service, we invite you to come and walk the labyrinth whenever you need to take a moment of sabbath from your hectic schedule. It is open to the public, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. It’s even illuminated at night by the lights in our parking lot, so feel free to walk it at any time of day or night.
Below, you can check out some more pictures.