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Christa Massey

The Labyrinth is something that I only discovered in the last 5 years, but have really enjoyed it's impact in our church community. It is a great journey and I like the ideas you have listed here for it to be a start to a New Year. I am currently taking a course exploring worship history and this week we've been talking about time & space. The labyrinth definitely creates a space to meet with God.

Ryan Gikas

I have had little interaction with labyrinths, but have seen them in the courtyards of several churches. I have only had one experience of one that was put together in a small room and had a series of videos that truthfully weren't very enriching. But I can see how it could be a beautiful experience and meditation of truth. I would love to see them incorporated into my worship experience.

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