ANNUAL LABYRINTH WALK SERVICE at the Flagstaff Community Labyrinth (No live service at Beacon)

There will be NO LIVE SERVICE AT BEACON on June 12th.
On June 12th at 10:00 a.m., please join us for Beacon’s ANNUAL LABYRINTH WALK SERVICE at the Flagstaff Community Labyrinth. All are welcome! Please wear sensible walking shoes. Children are welcome to walk the labyrinth with a spirit of reverence or, under the supervision of their parents, to visit the nearby Sawmill Park. Unfortunately, the labyrinth is not currently wheelchair-accessible. Three parking options and a google map can be found here on the “Where Is It?” page of the Flagstaff Labyrinth website.
Perched on the edge of a small cliff, the Flagstaff Community Labyrinth, is composed of 15 tons of lichen-covered lava boulders. The path is quarter of a mile long. For photos and much more information, click here.
Following the walk service, you are welcome to mingle with other Beaconites on Maryann and Paul’s fully-enclosable deck just across the canyon from the labyrinth at 140 E Paseo del Rio. You can park on the street at the corner of Paseo del Rio and Calle Contenta. Or, instead of driving, you can walk down into the canyon below the labyrinth, head east on the FUTS for about 300 feet, and ascend the stairs built into the south canyon wall (on your right); the meeting place atop the stairs will be well marked.
If you’re unable to join us for the Labyrinth Walk Service, consider dipping into our Beacon UUC YouTube library or watching the livestream of the 10:30 a.m. UU Congregation of Phoenix service. The worship Zoom link can be found on their home page: