Faith UMC offers our 36 ft indoor prayer labyrinth to our community for a time of prayer, reflection, and hope.
Walk for Peace Labyrinth, National Day of Prayer - May 1, 2019
Praying for Peace and Unity
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM - Prayer Labyrinth available in Family Life Center
Prayer Stations and reflections will be available for praying for our community, families, church, and the world.
Taize Prayer Service at 7:00 pm..
Walking for Peace and Hope
Wednesday, October 2, 2019
A Time for Prayer, Reflection, Comfort, Healing and Hope
Our media is filled with news of illness, disasters, hardships, conflicts and tragedy. Faith UMC’s 36-foot Indoor Labyrinth and Prayer Stations will be available for the community. Come and pray for peace for our community and our nation.
Faith UMC's Spiritual Formation Ministry Team offers this labyrinth experience of hope and healing to our community. All are welcome!
10:00 am—8:00 pm—Labyrinth open in Family Life Center
6:00 pm - Wednesday Night Faith Connections Dinner
Advent Labyrinth - Walking to Bethlehem
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
9:30 AM - 8:00 PM - Labyrinth and Prayer stations available in Faith UMC’s Family Life Center for a time of prayer, reflection, comfort, and hope as we prepare to celebrate Christ’s birth.
Curious to learn more about the labyrinth?
Join us at 11:30 am for guided instruction in the history and use of the prayer labyrinth.
Service of Solace - 5:15 pm
Wednesday Night Faith Connections Dinner - 6:00pm.
Ash Wednesday Labyrinth - February 26, 2020
10:00 am—8:30 pm—Labyrinth open in Family Life Center
12:00 pm - Ash Wednesday Service
7:00 pm—Ash Wednesday Service, Intergenerational, Family Friendly with worship experiences led by Faith UMC's Wednesday Night Faith Connection children and adult Chancel Choir.
What is a labyrinth?
The labyrinth is a spiritual tool that many people use to grow closer to God. It is found in all religious traditions in various forms around the world. The labyrinth represents a journey, a pilgrimage, an intentional time to seek God.
Labyrinths can be large for walking, indoors or outdoors, and small designed for your fingers to walk. You can even walk a labyrinth on your computer screen using your mouse. Unlike a maze, there are no dead ends or false paths. Simply follow the path to the center. As the path winds, it becomes a reflection for where we are in our lives; touching sorrows and releasing joys.
There is no right or wrong way to experience the labyrinth. Trace or walk the labyrinth without words, sing it, pray, or repeat a few lines of scripture. Feel free to skip, run, crawl or dance as you journey. Use whatever means might help you to open yourself to God’s presence. As you ‘walk’ the labyrinth be aware of your spiritual focus and how you are drawn to God. Journey with an open heart and mind!
Finger Labyrinths are also available in Faith UMC's Prayer Room (room 5) for personal reflection and at the Worship Engagement Station in the back of the Sanctuary and Family LIfe Center for use by persons of all ages during worship.