Event Date: March, 1 2017
Soup/Study at noon or 6:00 pm
Worship with Disposition of Ashes and Communion at 1:00 or 7:00 pm
Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church
Our worship will include the option of walking a labyrinth. The labyrinth goes back 5,000 years or more. Beginning in the Middle Ages, Christianity adopted the labyrinth as a symbol, changing the design to imbue it with specifically Christian meaning. For almost a thousand years, there has been an identifiable Christian labyrinth tradition. This movement reached its peak at Chartres Cathedral, in France, with the installation of an elegant labyrinth into the nave floor in 1201 during the construction of the magnificent new Gothic structure.
The labyrinth which we will walk will be built from food cans which will later be donated to NESAP and Tree of Friends Foodbanks.