St. Thomas Episcopal Church 301 Saint Thomas Road - Lancaster
March 20th, 2019 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
St. Thomas Episcopal Church
301 Saint Thomas Road
At St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Lancaster, PA
Led by Carmel Stabley, Regional Representative Coordinator for The Labyrinth Society (TLS) and a Veriditas Certified-Advanced Labyrinth Facilitator
March 20th is Spring Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere. The Lenten rose has shown her face, and we again relive our salvation through the remembrance of Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection. We celebrate our transformation by walking the labyrinth, which mimics the rhythm of the season.
Come walk this path, marking your own winter-to-spring change. All faith traditions are welcome to this indoor walk.
Enrich your Lenten Reflections
Learn about labyrinth walking as a meditative practice
Experience the benefits of the practice
Set an intention for your meditation from the teachings of Christ spoken from the cross
Learn about the cultural richness of the Spring Equinox
Internalize the last words spoken by Christ
Experience the soothing effects and inner reflection of walking a labyrinth.
In 2010 Carmel Stabley walked her first steps on the 11-circuit path as a practice in mindfulness. Carmel hosts monthly walks and seminars in Lancaster, PA, and the surrounding area, where she creates labyrinth experiences and provides teaching on the history, sacred geometry, and the mental, physical and spiritual benefits of the walking meditation practice. She is the originator of the Labyrinth Connection of Susquehanna Valley, a group of walkers. She is also a Certified Contemplative Leader, and a Reiki Practitioner.