In the Christian tradition, Epiphany is the celebration of the visit of the three wise people to the baby Jesus. Epiphany comes from ancient Greek meaning “manifestation” or “striking appearance.” We use the work in English to denote a striking revelation.
We invite you to walk a labyrinth this year on Epiphany and to let the experience reveal to you whatever it might. You may want to carry a question with you on the walk or simply be open to whatever appears to you.
We have checked with a few of our favorite labyrinth locations and have listed them below. You may find others through your own networks or at: http://labyrinthlocator.com/
January 2-8, 2014, 8:00 am-10:00 pm
St. James Room, Trinity Center, 618 Salter Path Rd.,
Pine Knoll Shores, NC 28575
Canvas Eight-Circuit Renewal Labyrinth created for an Eagle Scout
Project by Ben Brake and gifted to Trinity Center in 2010.
January 5-6, 2015, Thursday, 6:00-9:00 pm
and Friday 9:00 am-4:00 pm
First United Methodist Church Cary, 117 S. Academy St.,
Cary, NC 27511
This is a modified medieval 7-circuit 24′ Octagonal Canvass labyrinth. Enter the church thru the West Templeton building entrance (educational building) and take the stairs to Room 200 on the second floor.
Contact: Rev. Judy Stephens, Judys514@nc.rr.com, 919-815-8836
January 6, 2015, open all day
Millbrook Baptist Church, 1519 Millbrook Rd., Raleigh
Outdoor 11-circuit Chartres labyrinth. This lovely outdoor labyrinth will be available all day for individuals to walk. Inspirational materials will be available.
Contact: Carolyn McClendon, 919-247-4240, firstname.lastname@example.org (Groups may use this contact to arrange a designated time.)
January 6, 2015, 12:00 noon-8:00 pm
St. Francis United Methodist Church, 2965 Kildaire Farm Road,
Cary, NC 27518
Outdoor labyrinth will available for walking during daylight hours.
Contact: Joan Purcell, email@example.com
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