Annual Labyrinth Walk

ALL ARE WELCOME! You BELONG at Beacon – Spiritually open and intentionally inclusive since 1958.

Please join us for Beacon’s ANNUAL LABYRINTH WALK SERVICE at the Flagstaff Community Labyrinth. A labyrinth is a maze that leads a person to the center. Walking the labyrinth in Flagstaff is like a movement meditation that directs a person to their own center. The service is a self-guided spiritual activity with other members of the congregation. The labyrinth is located in the south end of the Liz Archuleta County Park at Lone Tree and Sawmill. The service will begin at the usual 10 a.m. time. Take a walk through time with yourself. 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. For photos and more information, click here.

SPIRITED CONVERSATIONS, AN ALTERNATE SUNDAY MORNING ACTIVITY AT BEACON: For those who are unable or choose not to walk the labyrinth, there will be an informal gathering at Beacon from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. We’ll get to know each other in new and deeper ways through sharing stories of our spiritual experiences. Char Tarashanti will facilitate.