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MARCH 29, 2024, NOON TO 6:30p.m.


“Stand by the crossroads, and look, and ask for the ancient paths where the good way lies; and walk in it and find rest for your soul.”     

Jeremiah 6:16

Good Friday is often observed as a day of quiet reflection. You are invited to come and reflect as you walk on a 24’ by 24’ canvas labyrinth laid out on the floor of the hall at Amicable Congregational Church, UCC.  If you choose not to walk on the canvas there will be finger labyrinths available.


The oldest known labyrinth design has been dated as 3,000 BCE.  A labyrinth is a tool that assists in the process of personal reflection as you walk the path painted on the canvas.   It is a geometrical pattern with one well-defined path leading into the center and back out again.  Unlike a maze, there are no tricks to this pattern, no intersecting paths or dead ends. There is no right or wrong way to walk.  Just set concerns aside and walk in peace.


Questions?  Ask Peggy Matteson, our Labyrinth Walk facilitator, or other facilitators that will be available to answer questions that day and protect the quiet, peacefulness of the space.

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