With snow covering the labyrinth in March and cold winds and rain through most of April, we have been waiting for warmer weather to celebrate Spring and honor nature. We are now half way to summer, which is known as May Day or the Celtic Festival of Beltane. We will still honor the rebirth taking place in nature, but with more emphasis on what is blooming in and around us. We will use the labyrinth to guide us in reclaiming our center after the last few weeks of chaos in the world and creatively open to the joy & blessings of all life.
Note: Labyrinth is located in the back gardens behind the church and entrance is on Summer Street. On Street Parking.