The Rev. B. J. Beu asked coordinator Karen Gaither to open the labyrinth this week in response to his sermon series on journeying with God. During the 10 a.m. service, Beu will focus on spiritual journeys and how walking the labyrinth symbolizes this journey in human life.
Each person’s response to the labyrinth is different. Some walk the labyrinth for quiet and solitude; others seek direction and clarity. Some people meditate privately in the labyrinth; some greet fellow walkers on the path. Beu hopes that walking the labyrinth this week will help people on their journey through the Christian season of lent in preparation for the April celebration of Easter.
Enter the labyrinth through Bridge Hall in the center courtyard at 340 St. Ann’s Drive. Call 949-494-8061 or visit www.ncclaguna.org for more information.