Learn About Labyrinth Walking

Labyrinth Information Sessions This Week! 
Join Rev. Christopher Eshelman from First United Methodist Church at one of the following sessions to learn more about the spiritual practice of labyrinth walking and plans to lay out one (or two!) in Fort Scott in the next couple of months.
A walking labyrinth is not a maze – there are no wrong turns or dead ends – rather it is a single path to a center – so the walker literally “centers themselves” while walking.
You’ll learn some history and have a chance to draw a couple of common designs to better understand these tools. Sessions will last about an hour and are:
7 pm Wednesday, April 20 in the church parlor (301 S. National)
2 pm Thursday, April 21 at Hedgehog, Ink! (16 South Main)
or 2 pm Saturday, April 23 again in the church parlor.
A temporary Chartres design in Pretty Prairie,  later this one was made permanent.  Submitted photo.
Submitted by Rev. Christopher Eshelman
Pastor – Fort Scott First UMC

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