Labyrinth Ministry at Abington Presbyterian Church

Labyrinth

Presbyterian Women and the Labyrinth Ministry Advocacy Group are pleased to announce our new labyrinth on the parking lot at Church Street and Adams Avenue. On July 12, volunteers from the congregation created this 56 foot diameter, Chartres style labyrinth.  On Sunday, July 13, 2014 there was a Service of Dedication led by the Rev. Brent J Eelman.  We encourage all to take time to explore and walk the labyrinth.  Please share any feedback with Tink McDevitt (tinkmcdevitt@gmail.com).

 

APC Labyrinth Links

YouTube video of the making of APC's Labyrinth.

Service of Dedication for our Labyrinth, July 13, 2014

Robert Ferre is an expert in the building and use of labyrinths. The following link connects to an article he wrote giving 12 reasons why a church should have a labyrinth. Each month we have been considering one of the points outlined by Mr. Ferre.
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The World Wide Labyrinth Locator is a tool to help you find a labyrinth near your home, in your community, or anywhere in the world.
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Veriditas is an organization dedicated to inspiring personal and planetary change and renewal through the labyrinth experience.
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The Labyrinth Society is dedicated to all those who create, maintain and use labyrinths.
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Verditas "Guidelines for Walking a Labyrinth"
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Pray As You Go - A website offering spiritual disciplines and exercises.

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