World Labyrinth Walk


What do you call the journey of a thousand footsteps that winds up exactly where it began? The answer lies in the labyrinth: an ancient archetype recently discovered as a path of prayer and walking meditation.

The Labyrinth Society invites us to “Walk as one at 1” in the afternoon of Saturday, May 7th, joining others around the globe to create a powerful wave of peaceful energy washing across the time zones. Last year more than 5,000 people participated in 23 countries!

While many use labyrinths for personal reflection and a spiritual exercise, World Labyrinth Day is a an opportunity to “Walk as One at 1pm” to promote peace.  It’s heartwarming to to think of hundreds of people walking in Australia, Poland, Scottland, Columbia, among may other countries!

Wallace Memorial’s Labyrinth will be set up in our Fellowship Hall on May 7th.  We hope you will join us in this opportunity of spiritual practice at 1:00; contemplating peace, tolerance and compassion for others from different walks of life throughout the world. 

Date(s) - May 7, 2016
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Chapel - Wallace Memorial Presbyterian Church

World Labyrinth Walk