Friday, April 02, 2010

Good Friday labyrinth

I'm sitting in the church hall watching as people slowly make their way through the labyrinth. It is very moving.

My prayer is that through this simple presentation folk will find a moment of profound connection with the Easter story.

As I sit looking at the cross and the empty tomb I feel a great sense of gratitude to God for all that he has done for me.

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Wiggy said...

Hi Richard, we are thinking of doing a labyrinth type installation at our 'Hope in the Park' sessions this summer and would liek to know the sorts of things you did. Could you let me know by posting some photos or a list of the installations you had?

Thanks, Wiggy

Richard Pool said...

I'll see what I can do. We did a very simple series of "stations" where people could stop and reflect, write things down (we had white paper on all the table and pens so people could write on them), and pray.

We used a series of gazebos to provide the route. We had three quite big ones and put them at right angles to each other so you went on a zig-zag path.

I took a few pictures on my phone, which I'll pop into a post. If I get some better ones, I'll post them too.