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Jeff Moulton

I was going to ask you for instructions, but decided to google it instead. Lo and behold, guess who was the first link when I googled "mow labyrinth instructions"?

Yep, you guessed it - you with worship trick #71!

Here's a link for people too lazy to run through the worship trick archives - http://jonnybaker.blogs.com/jonnybaker/2006/06/mowing_a_grass_.html


Those who buy the Grace pocket liturgy from Proost can also get a complete set of mowing moves. Wish I was there - sounds amazing. BG

Nic Dempsey

Good choice on doing it a day early!!


thanks - yes in view of today's horrendous weather nic it was a good plan to mow a day earlier than originally intended!


I want this in my yard...
I shall have to grow grass first, then mow a labyrinth.

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    where i come across creative ideas, liturgies, movies, music tracks, service outlines or anything that strikes me, i add them as worship tricks. i started these in april 2002 when i first began blogging and they have built up over the years so that i am now on the third series. this has proved a pretty popular feature of the blog.

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